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Greece: Debunking a ‘Coup That Never Happened’

Impressive reportage from fantasy land, but no knowledgeable editor with a soul was at hand to throw it in the trash.

In a Twitlonger post [el], journalist Yiannis Bogiopoulos debunks a controversial expose published in Sunday newspaper To Vima about “a coup that never happened“, and dismisses “loaded” conjectures as to why it would print an article rife with inaccuracies, in favor of a simpler explanation.

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