Slate’s Plagiarism Accusations Followed by Alt-Weekly’s Web Site Shut Down

bulletin080708 Slates Plagiarism Accusations Followed by Alt Weeklys Web Site Shut DownYesterday Media Mob (and just about every other English language media and journalism Web site) wrote about Slate critic Jody Rosen’s investigation into The Montgomery County Bulletin‘s egregious and repeated plagiarism of his and other journalists’ works for their small-circulation alt-weekly.

Today, The Bulletin is no more. At least on the Web, where the paper’s site has been stripped down to a simple directory of files. Coincidence? Probably not. Then again, it might also just be the world’s worst site redesign.

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