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It gets worse for CNN. The cable network last year fired two producers, sacked correspondent Peter Arnett, split up its investigative team, issued a public apology to veterans and the estate of Richard Nixon, plastered a harsh retraction on its Web site and installed a new quality control vice president, yet its Operation Tailwind debacle refuses to stay safely consigned to the past.
Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Perry Smith quit his long-time job as a military adviser to CNN over the weekend in protest of what he regards as major inaccuracies in Peter Arnett's "Operation Tailwind" report on the use of nerve gas by U.S. troops in Laos during the Vietnam War, WorldNetDaily has learned.
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Cable News Network on Thursday retracted its story that the U.S. military used nerve gas in a mission to kill American defectors in Laos during the Vietnam War.