Sinclair Broadcasting is directing its 62 stations — which reach a quarter of the American public — to air Stolen Honor: Wounds That Never Heal, a documentary that attacks Senator John Kerry for his activism after returning from Vietnam. Sinclair owns the largest chain of TV stations in the country; it made the controversial move to block an ABC broadcast of Nightline earlier this year. Top executives of the company are public supporters of President Bush.

See
USA Today (11 Oct); Washington Post (11 Oct); World Net Daily (11 Oct)

Written by Kathy E. Gill

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