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Falklands : A SMALL BONE TO PICK WITH NEWS WRITERS
Submitted by Falkland Islands News Network (Juanita Brock) 07.04.2013 (Article Archived on 05.05.2013)

Somehow the total British killed during the Falklands war have risen to 258. In fact it was 252 British dead and three civilian losses.





A SMALL BONE TO
PICK WITH NEWS WRITERS



 



By J. Brock (FINN)



 



Somehow the total
British killed during the Falklands war have risen to 258.  In fact it was 252 British dead and three civilian
losses.



 



During the past few
weeks it seems that news writers remember 255 total and three civilian deaths,
rather than 255 killed including three civilian deaths.



 



I note that through
the nearly 25 years I have been in the news business here that several attempts
have been made to ratchet up the death toll but the practice does history a
disservice.





 

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