Tenses, tenses

New York Daily News, in a piece on stars facing forclosure:

Cash-strapped Michael Jackson is auctioning his trademark glove from \”Billie Jean,\” the Neverland Ranch gates, and about 2,000 other items this April. The singer has been plagued by financial woes since he was acquitted of child-molestation charges in 2003. He went into default on his sprawling Neverland property earlier this year, before an investment company bought the loan. Last month, Jackson\’s lawyers reached a settlement in a $7 million breach-of-contract case brought by a Bahraini sheik. (With reporting from news wire services)

Yes, it is published today, some 6 months after his death.

Don\’t these people have editors?

3 thoughts on “Tenses, tenses”

  1. Didn’t Old Moore’s Almanack famously manage to predict the the divorce of the Prince and Princess of Wales after it had happened?

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