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Independent, Massive paedophile ring uncovered by police in Norway after arrest of 51 men by Tom Embury-Dennis [Archived Version]

Possible Mainstream Media Coverup

It is unclear why, but in what seems like a coordinated and concerted effort, three American publications removed their articles on this story. [Moderator's Note: If you see many examples of archived links around this site, you now understand why.] All three articles are based on the Associate Press reporting - maybe it is a simple licensing issue?

The New York Times, Norwegian Police Arrest 20 Men in Pedophile Network Probe The Associated Press, November 20, 2016 [Archived Version]

ABCNews, Norwegian Police Arrest 20 Men in Pedophile Network Probe The Associated Press, November 20, 2016[Archived Version]

Washington Post, Norwegian Police Arrest 20 Men in Pedophile Network Probe The Associated Press, November 20, 2016[Archived Version]

The New York Times pulls story on this subject

From Voat user @Jeremy20_9 https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/1511138

I was alarmed when I saw NYTimes shut down the story of the Noryway pedophile ring bust. (https://i.sli.mg/0BhVKz.jpg)JPG)

I wanted to try to determine who was behind that.

It took me some digging to determine who was the current executive editor of the NYTimes.

The current Who's Who:

   Elizabeth Spayd is the current public editor (https://archive.fo/NJqLG)) of the NYTimes (took the role this year).
   Dean Baquet is the current executive editor (https://archive.fo/xHVBH)) based on this mention by Spayd (https://archive.fo/ZlvEu)).
   Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr is still publisher.

This article describes a power struggle between former executive editor (and staff-favorite) Jill Abramson and current executive editor Dean Baquet and publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr: (https://archive.fo/xHVBH))

And Public Editor Liz Spayd took role in May. Sulzberger announced in February the departure Margaret Sullivan.

NY Post reports:

   "...Baquet made the decision to sever the paper from its roots. [Sulzberger] must assess the impact on reporters and editors, and whether they felt pressure to conform their stories to Baquet’s political bias." - (https://archive.fo/OFhLK))

Sounds like Baquet has immense power at the Times.

I found this profile article about Dean Baquet, Exec Editor of NYTimes: (https://archive.fo/VtgIw))

...Some notes

   From New Orleans French Quarter to Treme of Louisiana
   Went to St. Augustine High School (all-boys, all-black Catholic academy)
   Friends with Ex-Mayor of New Orleans Ray Nagin
   favorite fictional protagonists, Binx Bolling

That last item's interesting. Binx Bolling's character from a summary of the book The Moviegoer: (https://infogalactic.com/info/The_Moviegoer))

   "the problems of his family and his traumatic experiences…have left him alienated from his own life…in desperate need of spiritual redemption. At Mardi Gras he…launches himself on a journey…in "search" of his inner self."

Then we find in 2006, ABC News reported that Baquet had killed a story about NSA wiretaps of Americans. - https://infogalactic.com/info/Dean_Baquet

So this Dean Baquet guy killed coverage of NSA wiretap story (https://archive.fo/azlyR)), and he just wiped the Norway pedophile ring bust story from the NYTimes, while the rest of the site is pushing the Russian hacker story: https://sli.mg/uguegS

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