An actual member of the IOC said they do not have a plan B... it will happen in Rio. Another "source" from the IOC said it is not moving to London.
But a different "source" said it could move and it has before, and suddenly this is a news story? Crap journalism and I don't know why it is on bb.(at the same time, I'm sure the special 'IOC task force' has at least thrown the idea on the table, it would be irresponsible if they didn't look at all options, which would also have the added benefit of another round of bribes, booze, and hookers)
Tell me bb journalism pros... what exactly does "a source" mean behind the scenes? I immediately consider the quote and likely the article BS, is that not completely fair? I understand sometimes an important story cannot be discussed on record, but my gut feeling is that more times than not it is over zealous news outlets needing to produce a product out of nothing, or it is someone using the media to push an agenda... or bluffing.