The larger issue for me is that Kean alleges a cover up...there was none in this case.
Is she really an investigative journalist?
Do you really believe she made this error by accident?
What else might I find if I fact check her?
The sighting itself is perplexing and somewhat unexplained, although Ive seen good attempts.
But Kean is misleading everyone that has read her book.
In a field struggling for credibility, that's just un-excusable.
And she did it knowingly.
You can't claim the moral high ground built on a foundation of lies.
Can you really?