READ: Netizen's post about the published "Fake News" of Inquirer went viral!

On November 7, a netizen named Kris Caandoy noticed an article from Inquirer which according to him is "fake news" as they reported that PNP-SAF and Presidential Security Group (PSG) are the bodyguards of a convicted drug queen's daughter.
Inquirer fake news
In Caandoy's Facebook post, he said:


Ayon sa Inquirer, PNP-SAF and Presidential Security Group (PSG) daw ang bodyguards ng anak ng isang "drug queen".

Apparently, it was fake news.

And Inquirer simply edited the article. No public erratum whatsoever, despite the fact that the fake news has already been shared all over Facebook.

Mainstream media, isn't this too much already? You're readers take your reports as gospel truth, because you are professionals and are supposed to have verified everything thoroughly.

You're not shady, fly-by-night bloggers, you sick freaks.

What say you, Mr. Harry Roque?


Fake news of Inquirer

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Caandoy's Facebook post generated more than 2,000 shares and over 1,200 different reactions as of this writing.

Meanwhile, Inquirer already issued an erratum about the alleged fake news. According to the article entitled CORRECTION: Convicted drug queen’s daughter has security detail enjoyed by VIPs – raiders, they said:

We are reposting this story to correct an earlier version published on Nov. 6, 2017 at 6 p.m. which misstated that arrested drug suspect Diane Yu Uy has been given security detail from the Special Action Force and the Presidential  Security Group. The security detail to Uy was actually from the Police Security and Protection Group or PSPG.