Mikhail Kropotov wrote:
The article makes some good points. The author appears to be very meticulous with language, down to the last comma, which makes me trust him on issues of grammar. One sentence doesn't read well to me though:
If so, they haven’t said informed us of that fact.
Is it just me, or should said be dropped?
Well spotted. It looks like one of these typical train of thought errors, where the author was probably thinking "if so, they haven't said so", but then decided that "informed" was a more formal and serious sounding option, but then forgot to remove the offending "said"...