In a letter to the staff writing the prestigious news magazine " Der man to hold this editor-in-chief Steffen Klusmann that two high-level editors being turned off so long as the internal inquiry is in progress.
"the Shops around the Relotius raises the question if they can continue at their posts after such a disaster," writes editor-in-chief according to the Süddeutche Zeitung.
According to Steffen Klusmann can, however, medieföretagets organisation is considered medskyldig to what has happened.
Claas Relotius admitted that he is partly or entirely found on the contents of at least 16 reports in the last seven years.Claas Relotius. Photo: AEDT/WENN.com
Claas Relotius is one of Germany's most famous journalists. CNN named him the year's journalist 2014. Relotius was awarded as late as december of this year a prestigious German prize for journalism.
One of the articles that are shown to be partially hopdiktat of Claas Relotius is about two syrian siblings who live on the street in Turkey. When the story had been published in Der Spiegel, the overall Relotius money from their readers to help the children. The money ended up in his own bank account, according to Der Spiegel.
how many readers who donated money and how the large sums it is all about. Der Spiegel did not know the collection and will leave of its own investigation to the judiciary.
Der Spiegel is asking their readers if excuse for what the magazine calls a bottenmärke in its sjuttiotvååriga history. The editorial board is now calling all of the 60 texts of the Claas Relotius. The magazine will also publish a 23-page story on the reporter's lies, writes The Guardian.
Claas Relotius was revealed when a colleague who worked with him in a story about the american vigilante did something and gets restless and sounded the alarm. Relotius explanation is fear, ”the greater the success I had, the more increased the pressure on not to fail”.
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