Actually no. There was no correct answer to the original question, so eliminating 3 of the the 4 answers didn't leave anyone with a correct answer, only with the illusion of one.
Of course with the question as it now is, there is still no correct answer - an answer something like "the json parsing code in your sql system has become corrupt and broken" could be correct, since if the pasing code was working it wouldn't produce the nonsense the question says it does, but that isn't currently one of the answer options.
It would be sensible if the question were fixed so that the correct answer was correct, or if the supposedly correct answer were changed so that it answerd thequestion insteadof something else. If what you call "nitpicking" obtains a change with makes the question an answer work correctly, then the nitpicking will have been useful. But I doubt that will happen.