One of the most difficult things to get right in news journalism is the correct use of the word alleged.
An example from an article on the Facebook page of a radio station illustrates the point:
“A shocking video has emerged online of an alleged taxi driver hitting a woman in a taxi at a CBD rank.”
See that alleged?
It’s in the wrong place (and is not even really needed) – and the sentence is just clumsy. Here’s what I would have done: Continue reading