What is wrong with this article? Take a gander:
Publicity or no, some predicted little fallout from the planned protest, with many travelers at airports Tuesday deriding the effort and saying the stepped-up security measures made them feel safer.
At New York's LaGuardia Airport, traveler Ted Shaffrey, cited the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks as justification for more invasive screening.
"Tell all the people whining about getting patted down to remember 9/11," he said. "They're all whine-bags."
Marc Gruber, eating lunch at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International airport, agreed.
"I think there ought to be two flights," said the 53-year-old from Jacksonville, Fla., "one for people who want to be scanned and one for people who don't want to be scanned."
AP writers Ted Shaffrey in New York; Cara Rubinsky and Kate Brumback in Atlanta; Jay Reeves in Birmingham, Alabama; and Tony Winton in Miami contributed to this report.
That's right, folks. The insulting quote from a 'traveler' is in fact a quote from one of the writers credited for the article.
EDIT: By the time I posted my comment on the article his name had been yanked from the article credits. Looks like the Ministry of Truth was alerted to some truth that needed fixin'.
EDIT the 2ND: They also removed his quote from the article. Too late, AP, I have a screen shot.
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