NY Post tweeted that former NBA player Quinton Ross' body was found stuffed in a trash bag buried in a shallow grave. This was not the case. They later recanted and deleted the tweet.
For the second day in a row, the New York Post has published a discredited story regarding the Boston Marathon Bombings. The Post published a picture of two individuals with the headline: “BAG MEN, Feds seek these two pictured at Boston Marathon.” The only problem is that the FBI stated they were not seeking those individuals and that they are not the suspects.
The New York Post is taking heat one day after they published multiple inaccurate stories on the Boston Marathon bombings. The Post published and then refused to correct a death toll as high as twelve, when in fact it is currently at three. The Post also published that a Saudi man was taken into custody, when in fact he was injured in the blast and the police questioned him and decided that he was not responsible.
Columnist at the New York Post criticized Jay-Z recent changes to the New York Nets basketball team and suggested he should keep going by changing the team name to New York "N---'s" and call the cheerleaders New York "B---'s" or "hoes"