The story that is making news these days is not a fake.
It is a fake and it is not real.
That’s the conclusion of a recent investigation by Fortune magazine and The Atlantic.
As the story is shared widely, and because it is shared with the public on a regular basis, it is also a fake, and in fact, its authors have been accused of a lot of things in the past.
But the one thing the story does have in common with all the other fake news stories out there is that they are all sourced to the same person.
When the story was first shared in late August, the headline was “Justin Min Is a Fake News Writer,” which was quickly followed by a disclaimer that it was not a story that was made up.
The disclaimer, in fact: “The claims are all true, but they are just not from us.”
And then there was the story, “Justin is a Fake Reporter,” which got shared more than 3,000 times in the first hour after it was published.
The first story was made by a journalist named Michael Koehler, who has been reporting on the intersection of tech, politics and media for nearly three decades.
He’s also a writer for TechCrunch and The Verge, and has worked for publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the BBC.
In this story, Koehlman describes a story about a fake website that has been circulating on Twitter for the past few weeks.
In the story Koehler describes, the site, known as TwitterPro, is a place for people to send out news stories about what’s going on in the world.
A TwitterPro employee, who goes by the handle @Justin_Min, had set up the website in August and said he was going to start sending out stories from the site on his own time, using his own tweets.
He told BuzzFeed News he had the website set up for “a few months,” but it only became a full-time job after he started getting requests for news stories from TwitterPro users.
The site has more than 20,000 followers, and Koehrman wrote about a lot in the story about how the website was set up, including that it had been built by a company called K9s, which he said is based in the United Kingdom and had been bought by a British company called BSkyB.
But Koehnler, who is not employed by TwitterPro at the time, told BuzzFeed that he had never heard of BSkyb before and that K9S was no longer in business.
The story continued: “On Tuesday, Justin Min tweeted a photo of himself at his home with his new employer.
He claimed he had been hired by Twitter Pro to write stories and that he was getting a $20,000 annual salary for it.
He also claimed to have written and sent out thousands of stories, and claimed to be the sole creator of the site.”
When BuzzFeed News spoke to Koehm, he said that he did not work at TwitterPro and had no relationship with the company at the moment.
“I did not know who he was, I don’t know anything about him, and I don, either,” Koeehlman told BuzzFeed.
Koehems story continued with the claim that he worked on the site with the help of another employee named John, who claimed to know who the creator of TwitterPro was and who had bought the company.
“On August 7, Justin was fired from Twitter Pro for what he claimed was the failure of his work.
He is now a freelance journalist for BuzzFeed News.”
When Koehelms story came out, Kohn wrote that he knew Justin Min, and that “when I asked about the origins of the story on social media, I was told that Justin Min was the author of it.”
In a follow-up post, Koeschmer wrote that “Justin has since apologized for his tweets,” but did not provide evidence.
“We were not aware of any source other than @JustinMin, who shared the story in August, and have never spoken to him,” he wrote.
Kohn’s post, however, included screenshots of his tweets from August, when Koehalmans account was active.
As Koehovans account had been deleted by August 5, Kowhlmann posted that “we are now looking into this matter.”
He added that “if it is proven that Justin has been writing or publishing stories for @TwitterPro, we will take swift action.”
When reached for comment, Kewhlmann said he did know Justin Min “but did not contact him.”
Koehoen told BuzzFeed he did speak to Min on TwitterPro’s forums, and they talked about the story and that they “never talked about Justin.”
Kowhler also sent an email to BuzzFeed News on August 22, the day the story went viral, saying that Koehuen had been asked to “do my job” and