60 Minutes

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60 Minutes is a long-running program by CBS that presents itself as a documentary, but is actually an entertainment program of "good guys" (the reporters) versus the "bad guys" (the subject of the reports).[1][2]

It is usually not broadcast live, and this enables editing to make the "bad guys" look as bad as possible. Sometimes the segments become vehicles for an accused defendant to air his views.

Jack Kevorkian was convicted of murder based on his hastening the death of a patient, as filmed and aired on 60 Minutes.[3]

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References

  1. Experts Refute 60 Minutes Criticism
  2. How 60 Minutes Passed on Chevron
  3. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1282/is_1998_Dec_21/ai_53369109
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