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First H1N1-related death reported in Aiken County

There are 4 comments on the Aiken Standard story from Oct 30, 2009, titled First H1N1-related death reported in Aiken County. In it, Aiken Standard reports that:

The Wednesday death of an Aiken nurse appears to be the first documented fatality in Aiken County being linked to the H1N1 virus, according to officials.

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Brown Sugar

Aiken, SC

#1 Nov 1, 2009
Why did it take them so long to release this story?

Aiken, SC

#2 Nov 6, 2009
Wouldn't want to shake Scott Hunter's hand anytime soon or pick up one of his Aiken Standard newspapers.
Wild Bill

Aiken, SC

#3 Nov 7, 2009
Aiken Standard, what a [email protected] joke! The pregnant wife, child and I were standing in line waiting for H1N1 shots and a reporter form the Aiken Standard asked if she could ask a few questions of my wife and quote her. The newspaper the next day had words in quotation marks claiming to be my wife's, but that's not what she said. It really pisses me off that they can't even quote right without fucking it up and they re-word the quote so they can be a little more 'subjective' and manipulating in their 'journalism.'
Maybe the death was the motivating factor for the Aiken Standard to abandon all objective journalism and push their agenda. Its bad enough they do it already, but please don't lie and misquote people and then publish their names in order for you to push your agenda. These are the actions that cause me to refer to you as "One of the suckers of Satan's cok."
Aiken Standard

Aiken, SC

#4 Nov 15, 2009
The Aiken Standard carries the devil's pen. Very rarely do you ever see them publish a balanced story with more than one point of view. Usually they are just an arm of the sheriff or solicitor's office pushing their agenda. When someone in those offices gets in trouble the Aiken Standard runs and hides.

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