Here's a question for the Guardian.
"I practically grew up on the Guardian as a newspaper but they have taken a serious turn for the worse within recent times...on the 20th they posted a letter to the editor that spoke of the alleged incident that occurred at a Mall in Trinidad. The mall subsequently printed a statement that no such incident did in fact happen.
It has been 'proved' to be an Internet Urban Legend.
"I wonder why did the Guardian still print this as the person answered self on this 'alleged' issue. Did they not have anything else to print?! I'm guessing not because there was a review of Rudder's latest CD that took half a page and I read nothing but what was already in the liner notes on the back of the CD."