If that's what you honestly believe, than that's what you honestly believe... It's your credibility that's on the line here, not mine.
If the video would have been shot by Fox News or someone on Beck's team, then I would have expected them to verify whether she was a killer, or just a disturbed pathological liar before going public with the video. But this video was not only shot by an independent source, it had already been released to the public hours before so was already out there, making it fair game to discuss.
Whether true or false, her telling perfect strangers that she shot and killed her husband was a perfectly legitimate story to report on, because it makes her either a killer, or a total psycho, neither of which is acceptable behavior for an employee of a government funded community service agency, that offers free advice and assistance to the public.
What you choose to ignore, is that the story wasn't "ACORN worker shot and killed her husband"... The story was "ACORN worker claims she shot and killed her husband". Irregardless, the question posed is whether Beck expressed to his audience that her claims had not been validated, or he said nothing, leading them to believe that what she said on that tape was in fact true, just as both yourself and the Media Matters story claim.
Logic and truth are not the enemy... Give them a try sometime.
Come on man, when that story aired millions of Fox heads bobbleheaded, sucking in every word, well except "claims" and the story confirmed their bias about how corrupt "them" people that work for ACORN are. Here is the proof . Fox had it outrage and did not check out it story. NO INTEGRITY. Rationalize away.
God Bless the Marine Corps.