As Raffaele Sollecito and Amanda Knox were hearing that their appeal against their convictions for the murder of Meredith Kercher had been successful, this article by Nick Pisa appeared on MailOnline:
It is unsurprising, perhaps, that a media outlet would prepare two
versions of a story where the result was expected but unknown. Unfortunately
for the Mail's website, they posted the wrong one. A cock-up, then.
But half way through the article, there's this:
And later, this:
As the appeal was successful, it's clear none of this happened.
Putting up the wrong article is one thing. But filling it with completely invented reactions and descriptions of events that haven't happened is something else entirely.
(Hat-tip to Chantelle Osili and all who highlighted this)