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Fast and loose facts



In his April 13 op-ed “When words become weapons,” Al Fonzi has once again dipped into his inkwell of alternative facts. One in particular stands out: his claim that Hillary Clinton violated “a host of national security laws, regulations and policies ... .” As I recall, the FBI found that she violated no laws.

Mr. Fonzi’s loose relationship with facts is well established. One need look no further than Lawrence Shinderman’s April 13 piece, “Not an option,” to get another taste.

I find it apropos that Mr. Fonzi plays up his counterintelligence background, as most of the vitriol that flows from his pen is counter to most intelligent discourse.

Note: The byline of "Not an option" (April 13) has been corrected.

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