In the wake of the Maher Arar case, Toronto Star columnist Kelly Toughill looks at pitfalls reporters and editors face when using anonymous sources. Respected news outlets printed false facts about Arar that were passed onto them by anonymous sources. Now, journalists like Andrew Mitrovica are calling for the sources to be outed. Toughill argues this would be harmful not only to journalism, but to Canada.
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