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Dear journalist colleagues, this is why we shouldn't publish stories based on anonymous web comments

Jack Werner · 26 Mar 2014
Uppdaterad 22 Nov 2014
Dear journalist colleagues, this is why we shouldn't publish stories based on anonymous web comments

Dear journalist colleagues, this is why we shouldn't publish stories based on anonymous web comments Foto: Paul Schiraldi


Sure, the story's awesome. But the only actual source is about as reliable as what you might find written on the face of a drunk guy at the party, writes Metro's Jack Werner.

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THE ARTICLE IN SWEDISH: "Storyn om Game of Thrones-läraren är Klintberg 2.0"

Sweden has an ongoing school crisis, and people are looking to whatever method they can find to solve it.

Perhaps that's why the story of the innovative teacher who managed to silence his rambunctious students by threatening to reveal who would be killed off in the upcoming season of hit series Game of Thrones has been doing the rounds in Swedish media. 

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