According to the Internet Archive, this is a story NPR posted at 9:33 this morning.
As events developed, and the story changed, NPR updated this page — drastically. As you can see, the headline and the picture are different; though the date the page was first created is still there, the page now also includes an “Updated at 3.08pm ET” time stamp. (The blue highlighting is mine.)
Conspiracy theorists are cropping out the “Updated” annotation and sharing this image in an attempt to… uh… I’m really not sure what they think they are gaining. Demonstrating how uncritically and eagerly they will endorse online content that supports their world view?
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