Fake-News -"DNA Shocker! Body Of Homeless Man Found In Fast Food Restaurant Was BOB MARLEY"
Jun 10, 2015
The article: "DNA Shocker! Body Of Homeless Man Found In Fast Food Restaurant Was BOB MARLEY," published on fake news or satirical website: www.richmondglobe.com, is NOT true. Most or all of the articles on the website 'www.richmondglobe.com' are fictional and should not be taken as facts. Bob Marley was a Jamaican reggae singer, songwriter, musician, and guitarist who achieved international fame. He died on May 11, 1981 at the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Miami at the age of 36 from cancer.
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DNA Shocker! Body Of Homeless Man Found In Fast Food Restaurant Was BOB MARLEY!
... The results of the DNA test reveled that the old man police had discovered behind the fast food restaurant was none other than reggae superstar … BOB MARLEY.
The news article is called news satire, also called fake news, and is a type of a humorous imitation presented in a format typical of mainstream journalism, and called a satire because of its content.
The fake article claims DNA was used to identity Bob Marley, but Jamaica currenlty doesn't have a DNA database and the country is still debating a DNA bill. So, the country has not yet established and is currently not operating a national DNA register.
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