ABC News is being hit with questions about the integrity of a “20/20” report on organic foods that was aired in February and again in July of this year. The report by John Stossel claimed, among other things, that non-organic produce does not necessarily have more pesticide residue than organic produce. Stossel said this claim was backed up by research commissioned by ABC News, but the two scientists who did research for the network say they never tested produce for pesticide residue. One of the scientists did test poultry and found that samples of conventional poultry had pesticide residue while organic poultry didn’t — but Stossel neglected to mention this finding in his 20/20 piece.