Contrary to headlines, juror insists woman was not convicted for laughing during Sessions hearing

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Depending on the news outlet, it’s very likely that the person who wrote the article didn’t write the headline, and someone else entirely might be in charge of composing the tweets. That arrangement usually doesn’t present much of a problem, especially if everyone in the newsroom is happy with the narrative being pushed. It’s too bad, then, that after so many journalists announced their recommitmentto honest, no-holds-barred truth-telling after an eight-year vacation, so many fake news headlines are being retweeted.

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