Propublica’s carefully investigated and reported story about McKinsey’s functions in developing ICE’s detention centers, encouraging ICE to stint guidance, food and treatment, is as unimpeachable as all of Propublica’s work.
However, McKinsey released an 800- word declaration wrongly declaring that Propublica had “mislead readers” with a short article that “disregards much of the factual points that we provided.” The defense includes numerous proven frauds (for instance, it consistently accuses Propublica of releasing things it did not release), and several misleading claims.
McKinsey is paying to make this short article the top Google outcome for “McKinsey ICE,” guaranteeing that its misleading and incorrect spin is above the accurate reporting on its conduct.
Propublica has released a detailed, point-by-point rebuttal to McKinsey’s spin.
” We did not recommend a decrease in the quality of food or health care for detainees.”.
ProPublica did not report that McKinsey suggested a reduction in the quality of food and healthcare. The post reported that McKinsey suggested reducing the quantity of cash spent on food and treatment. (As noted, the text of the story used the expression “proposed cuts in spending on food for migrants, in addition to on medical care.”).
McKinsey did not conflict that prior to publication and does not contest it now. Neither did Cox, the ICE representative.
McKinsey Called Our Story About Its ICE Agreement False. It’s Not.[Ian McDougall/Propublica].
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