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Charles 'Chuck' Lane (Character)
from Shattered Glass (2003)

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Shattered Glass -- This fact-based film depicts the rise and fall of disgraced journalist Stephen Glass (Hayden Christensen), who was a staff writer at The New Republic and contributed stories to Rolling Stone and other magazines. Glass fabricated many of his stories, which led to his downfall. Steve Zahn plays the technology reporter who uncovered the truth about Glass's deception.
Shattered Glass -- The true story of a young journalist who fell from grace when it was found he had fabricated over half of his articles.
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From Shattered Glass (2003)
Chuck Lane: We've read through all the pieces now, the entire staff, and we've come up with a list of those whose facts and sources we couldn't verify independently. I know you can't admit guilt of any kind but I want you to confirm a few titles for me.
Glass' Lawyer: We're not prepared to confirm or deny anything at this time.
Chuck Lane: What I'm going to do is this, I'm going to read to you a list of suspicious titles, one by one. If you raise an objection to a particular title, we'll fact check it again in the hope of removing it from the list. If you remain silent we'll assume that piece is fabricated either partially or entirely, and it'll stay on. Is that clear to everyone?
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