... of the article published on February 4th, 2014.
Written by: Murray Whyte Visual arts, Published on 04-FEB-2014
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BLOG MASTER'S COMMENT: The above paragraph was suddenly, and shockingly, removed from the end of The Toronto Star's article presented in the previous post.
The person noted in the deleted paragraph, Mr. John Goldi, wants to know "why, by whose directive, and on what possible basis, the Star removed this completely innocuous paragraph, which has no libelous or defamatory content of any kind against anyone. And is merely a notice of another source of possible information." (http://bit.ly/1kXEXYw; February 5th, 2014)
I am certain the readers of this platform, as Mr. Goldi, would also want to know the reasons behind The Toronto Star's decision to edit their article "Morrisseau painting not a fake, Toronto dealer says", as they state, "for legal reasons."
Source of The Toronto Star's deleted paragraph:
"Morrisseau painting not a fake, Toronto dealer says"
Ref.: Mr. John Goldi's theMorrisseauHoaxExposedBlog.com
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>>> Reference post:
- "Morrisseau painting not a fake, Toronto dealer says"; writing by Murray Whyte (The Toronto Star).