I've noticed more and more Free Press posters calling out Gordon Sinclair Jr., for inconsistencies in his opinion pieces for the Winnipeg Free Press. I never like to accuse anyone of fabricating a story, but after reading the comments in response to this article, I could not help doubt his version of events:
"Then, he thanked me for listening.
And I stood up to leave.
But before I left, I told John to stand up, too. And then I reached out my arms, the way Curious George once seemed to do with his paws. And I held him -- the way I sensed no one had for years.
Not even his best friend, Curious George."
Seems like a touching story. Except for the fact that one Free Press commentator called him out. It raises some questions about the article:
"Let me make something clear. Animal services cannot, nor has ever, housed cats. They simply do not have the appropriate kenneling space or facilities. Animal services and the Winnipeg Humane Society have always gotten along very well, so whenever cat space was needed, the Humane Society was called and things were arranged there."
So, did this actually happen? Is Sinclair exaggerating? Or is it completely fabricated?