Here's one specific case:
Multiple people have contacted Michael Larabel and told him that it is in fact Jeff Bush, not Theo Markettos, who developed Nyuzi. I emailed Larabel directly. Multiple people pointed the error out on the forums. People mentioned it in response to Larabel's tweet. Larabel has been contacted in enough different ways that he simply could not have missed this, so he's intentionally refusing to correct the error. BTW, this is not his only error in the linked article.
Just to be clear, this is not an isolated incident, otherwise it wouldn't bother me so much. Innocent mistakes happen. But I've caught him on numerous occasions posting factual errors on his site. It is clear that he has zero interest in correcting his errors.
Here's another one:
And some others on this topic.
The OGP is more or less dead, although Nyuzi has the potential to bring is new life. However, Larabel got his information about the demise of the OGP from this weasel named Michael Meeuwisse who for whatever reason got a bug up his ass to undermine the OGP. I think he wanted to take attention away from us to put it onto his ProjectVGA. Now, disagreements happen. But Larabel is a sensationalist, not a journalist, so it was more in his favor to get his "facts" from some malcontent. Instead of me, the guy who founded the OGP who would therefore be able to present a different perspective and correct some of the factual errors. But that wasn't interesting to Larabel.
Does any of this matter in the long run? Not really. Nobody who matters really believed any of what Meeuwisse was saying, and it hasn't had any impact on what's going on with Nyuzi or any other work in this area. Meeuwisse and his ProjectVGA have disappeared into obscurity even moreso than the OGP.
The fact still remains that Larabel has zero interest in correcting errors or presenting rebuttals or any kind of balanced viewpoint.
Are you satisfied now?