— @CaptHaddock83 (@CaptHaddock83) April 6, 2015
And @SabrinaRErdely could've at least apologized directly to the fraternity whose reputation was tarnished by her disregard for the facts.
— Danielle Koch (@dani_marie21) April 6, 2015
Here’s the apology Rolling Stone’s Sabrina Erdely is offering up after getting nuked by the Columbia School of Journalism’s report on the multiple errors made at the publication during the reporting of its now retracted story on rape at a UVA fraternity house (emphasis ours):
“The past few months, since my Rolling Stone article “A Rape on Campus” was first called into question, have been among the most painful of my life. Reading the Columbia account of the mistakes and misjudgments in my reporting was a brutal and humbling experience. I want to offer my deepest apologies: to Rolling Stone’s readers, to my Rolling Stone editors and colleagues, to the U.V.A. community, and to any victims of sexual assault who may feel fearful as a result of my article.
More at Twitchy. It appears she still thinks the men did something.