If we can't be trusted to tell the truth on the meaningless little stuff:
Tens of thousands of anti-war protesters demonstrated across Europe on Saturday to mark the second anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, with 45,000 Britons marching from London's Hyde Park past the American Embassy to Trafalgar Square.
British elections expected in May lent an added charge to the largest protest, in London, where Prime Minister Tony Blair's staunch backing of the war has diminished his base of support.
Police said about 45,000 demonstrators participated in a march; organizers put the number at 100,000.
How can we trust you on the big things?