The Acorn corrects Bill Clinton

In the introduction for Madeline Albright’s new book, The Mighty and the Almighty, Bill Clinton wrote:

During my visit to India in 2000, some Hindu militants decided to vent their outrage by murdering thirty-eight Sikhs in cold blood. If I hadn’t made the trip, the victims would probably still be alive. If I hadn’t made the trip because I feared what religious extremists might do, I couldn’t have done my job as president of the United States

This faux pas was spotted by The Acorn. The Times of India carried an article crediting Nitin and now the publisher Harper Collins has acknowledged the error and said that it will deleted from all editions.
Great work Nitin.

2 thoughts on “The Acorn corrects Bill Clinton

  1. Amazon’s blurb on Ms. Albright’s book has a link to Bill Clinton’s introduction, and it still carries the erroneous reference to Hindu militants as the perpetrators of the Chattisgarh Massacre. Please write to Amazon to correct the error in the online version.

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