Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of June 27

In a July 1 Jurisprudence, Ronald Krotoszynski misspelled Judge Frank Easterbrook’s last name.

In a June 30 Politics, Ben Mathis-Lilley stated in error that Proud Boys members entered the U.S. Capitol while Donald Trump was speaking nearby on Jan. 6. Individuals affiliated with the gang did arrive outside the Capitol during the speech, but did not enter the building until later.

In a June 30 Media, Shannon Palus misstated that Elizabeth Weil didn’t do a broad survey of American high schools to find her New York magazine story. Weil says she talked to dozens of people in nine different states before settling on this story.

Due to a production error, the show page for the June 30 The Waves misstated that The Summer I Turned Pretty is available on Netflix. It is on Amazon Prime.

In a June 27 State of Mind, Lindsay Lee Wallace misidentified Ben Miller’s role with Well Being Trust. He is the organization’s president, not one of its policy experts.

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