CNN's coverage of a health insurance executive admitting to widespread malpractice essentially defends corporate greed by making it seem as if the "broken" industry only suffers from a few bad apples, RT's Lee Camp mused. The host of Redacted Tonight took issue with the way CNN presented testimony from a former medical director at Aetna Insurance, who admitted that he never looked at a customer's medical records before deciding to deny coverage. In its report, CNN gently suggested that "patient advocates" have expressed concern about such practices - an angle that infuriated Lee, who said the network always finds a way to downplay any corporate malfeasance that seeps into the news cycle.
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