Over the last couple of days, the Los Angeles Times news coverage of Ariel Sharon's views on the U.S.-backed "road map" and his Cabinet's approval of the plan unfairly characterized the prime minister and contained several other examples of bias.
A The Los Angeles Times story about Israel's demolition of homes of Palestinian terrorists takes a journalistic wrecking ball against basic facts, including the victims' names, the judge's gender, the terrorists' guilt and the measure's purpose.
The Los Angeles Times leaves out a tiny detail about the three-part Kerry deal: Israel would have released 478 Palestinian prisoners. Also, the paper errs on Jerusalem building tenders.
CAMERA staff have elicited a correction today at the Los Angeles Times on a report which erroneously stated that Israel removed 25 tents from a Palestinian protest camp. The tents were left untouched.