Ben Smith reports that a widely circulated clip of Clinton advisor Mickey Kantor having some choice words for the people of Indiana, may have been altered. At least that’s according to D.A. Pennebaker, who directed the film War Room, from which the clip of Kantor in 1992 originated. If we’re getting to the point where the widespread access to video editing equipment will mean the proliferation of amateur videos fabricating quotes, it’s pretty troubling. For what it’s worth, the editor of the video said he didn’t dub over any new audio, but that he just “enhanced” what was already there.
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