I've seen the same behavior with the include_rts parameter. I have
tried passing the values 'true', 't', and '1' with no success.

On Feb 8, 7:15 pm, Anil Chawla <ani...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It's been a while but I want to follow up on this because we still
> have the issue. Is anyone able to pull "native" retweets when calling
> the "statuses/mentions" endpoint?
> An indication that "includes_rts" either works for you or doesn't work
> would be great. Thanks,
> -Anil
> On Dec 14 2010, 11:44 am, Anil Chawla <ani...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I've also been facing this issue for quite a long time. I've told
> > myself that this can't be a problem with the API (since nobody else is
> > complaining) but I can't see what is wrong on our end. For example, I
> > have the following status that was retweeted a few times:
> >http://twitter.com/#!/anilchawla/status/14437959797313536
> > This is the request URL that is generated when I request my mentions
> > using count=200, include_rts=true, and since_id = 13978625736970241
> > (OAuth tokens 
> > omitted):https://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/mentions.json?count=200&include_rt...
> > The four mentions of the above status are not present in the response
> > even though those retweets and the original status have an ID greater
> > than since_id. Omitting "count" and "since_id" does not make a
> > difference. As a work-around, we have to pull both statuses/mentions
> > and statuses/retweets_of_me and merge them together. It's hard to
> > believe that everyone else has been doing the same and ignoring this
> > API parameter. Any idea what the issue is?
> > -Anil

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