PizzaGate - KILL ROOM FOUND! (
It's quite convincing. On the other hand I think by this time they should have removed any trace of evidence in there. 
  • Rasheed Okay, now I feel dumb for believing Wiki. Here what I found;

    Donmoyer found 10 factual errors on his band's page ranging from subtle to significant. Some information even appeared to have been added to the page by companies or organizations in search of publicity.

    "It's kind of crazy," Donmoyer told LLM. "I don't think I can trust Wikipedia again. The littlest white lies can throw its whole validity off."

    Anyone can edit Wikipedia enties, they "can easily be undermined through malice or ignorance".

    Well shit. *punches his head in*
  • Rasheed It's strange, I was checking up on #pizzagate and wikipedia said it has be debunked. Can this be true?
  • Rasheed Not saying this is true but it's Wikipedia. It's tough to deny.
    • SimMan Wait... since when Wikipedia becomes the absolute truth?
      • Rasheed Well, I mean Wikipedia usually gives me the right answer. So, yeah.
        Has Wiki ever been wrong?
        • SimMan Read from their own words here: Wikipedia is written collaboratively by largely anonymous volunteers who write without pay. Anyone with Internet access can write and make changes to Wikipedia articles, except in limited cases where editing is restricted to prevent disruption or vandalism. Users can contribute anonymously, under a pseudonym, or, if they choose to, with their real identity.
          • SimMan Here's the original source:

            I use wikipedia all the time for convenience. It is never meant to be a proven source of information however.