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Biased reporting misrepresents students

Wearing his Stoneman Douglas High School T-Shirt to honor the students killed there, John Carroll School teacher Bob Schick documents Wednesday morning's Prayer Against Non-Violence in Schools event with his phone camera.
Wearing his Stoneman Douglas High School T-Shirt to honor the students killed there, John Carroll School teacher Bob Schick documents Wednesday morning's Prayer Against Non-Violence in Schools event with his phone camera. (Matt Button / Aegis Staff / Baltimore Sun)

The liberal far left leaning of The Sun continues to shape the so-called reporting. The Sun dedicated 15 reporters to cover the school gun violence protests (“‘We’re alive. They’re dead.’ Baltimore-area students join nationwide demonstration against gun violence,” March 14). One must assume that with the picture of John Carroll school students and administrators that The Sun depicts John Carroll as representative.

The 200 students pictured in the “protest” represent less than 29 percent of the student body. One must ask why the reporters did not interview any of the 71 percent majority who did not protest. The Sun uses a sampling of 29 percent, and not the 71 percent majority, to support its liberal views. The Sun obviously does not subscribe to a fair and balanced reporting doctrine.

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