An unpopular question asking about the KJV but presenting some bible errancy arguments, as well as KJV history arguments was closed as a duplicate.
First of all, I can't tell what it's a duplicate of from the "marked as duplicate" paragraph; the duplicated question is only shown at the top, which is easy to miss [edited; I thought there was no pointer to the original at all but then found it]
Secondly, the victim himself states "I do not think it's duplicate. I am not asking how accurate bible is. I am asking how accurate king james bible is."
And finally, and most importantly, while it may be true that the question brings some arguments from other questions, and that it seems poorly phrased and reasoned, is it OK to close a question as a duplicate when in fact it is not a duplicate? Why not close poor questions for the right reasons instead of fictious reasons?