Can you spot the difference in these CNN reports on the French train attack?

This is CNN.

  • Maurixio Garciasanchez

    It looks a confusing act , who knows the real truth

    • David

      Not you thats for sure. Then again reality is not your strong suit.

  • Looks like CNN is serving up different headlines for different readers.

    And, of course, they exhibit an anti-American military bias.

    Nice job, CNN. May one day you need the young brave souls who saved the day.

    • Waffle

      Every media outlet seeks to tailor its stories (and their presentation) to its particular readership. CNN, however, is always looking for “the next big thing” — remember the O.J. car chase? (and I was there for their miinute-by-minute coverage of the Branch Davidian standoff in Waco). What is most interesting about this particular story (regardless of who is reporting it) is the disavowal of any connection to terrorism. No point in scaring people, you know? Oh, and heaven forbid any self-respecting European should acknowledge or credit those war-mongering Yanks.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      How can CNN score the big scoop if it pisses off its sources?

  • mauser 98

    this is from the White House… ClintonNewsNetwork following orders

  • Blacksmith

    Commie news network, nuf said.

    • Surele Surele

      was just trying to come up with a translation for their acronym. you beat me to it. good job.

  • Jim Horne

    Another “known wolf” terrorist?

    Hero Americans who foiled train terrorist attack disarmed gunman 3 times

  • moraywatson

    Why is it that muslims keep giving terrorists a bad reputation?

  • Maggat

    O’bummer is going to be seriously pissed with these guys. I can see him drumming the military lads out of the service.

  • Don’t get me talking about CNN…