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Is Wikipedia Unreliable?

An incident in which a former Tennessee publisher was linked to the Kennedy assassination on Wikipedia has called the accuracy of the user-edited website into question. What do you think?
  • "Well, I believe everything I read, but since I don't pay attention, no harm done."

    Ken Wagner
    Colorist
  • "This throws skepticism on all previous information I've received from Wikipedia! How can I now trust that acetic acid is in fact an organic compound best recognized for giving vinegar its sour taste and smell?"

    Betsy Anderson
    Production Assistant
  • "What does it say on Wikipedia about this?"

    Sigmund Stern
    Lawyer