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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Olympic Deceptions

If the facts do not fit, simply change the facts. Read this story:
Just nine months before the Beijing Olympics, the Chinese government's news agency, Xinhua, reported that gymnast He Kexin was 13, which would have made her ineligible to be on the team that won a gold medal this week.

In its report Nov. 3, Xinhua identified He as one of "10 big new stars" who made a splash at China's Cities Games. It gave her age as 13 and reported that she beat Yang Yilin on the uneven bars at those games. In the final, "this little girl" pulled off a difficult release move on the bars known as the Li Na, named for another Chinese gymnast, Xinhua said in the report, which appeared on one of its Web sites,

Female Olympic gymnasts by Olympic rules, are not allowed compete under the age of 16. Other Olympic deceptions include:
  1. Fake fireworks
  2. Then the Milli Vanilli-esq lip synk
  3. Then the faked gymnasts' ages (Photos)
  4. Now we get fake spectators at events:

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