In 2004, just months before he was re-elected president, the television network CBS released a news report suggesting that George W. Bush shirked his military service during the 1970s. The documents that underpinned the story soon were found to be likely forgeries, and the fallout cost a number of high-level news reporters and producers their jobs. The film "Truth" is a cautionary tale about the risks, and responsibilities, involved in the news business. VOA's Penelope Poulou has more.
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