The NYT ignores a big story

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The legion of liberals who get their news from the New York Times (and still consider it a reliable news source) remain untroubled by the shocking news that Patrick Fitzgerald has admitted misleading a federal judge in a filing that he has had to officially correct.

The New York Sun has full coverage of the matter, but realtive few Times readers, especially the majority of its readers who live outside of New York City, will see the necessary corrective. Fitzgerald has plenty to answer for, but the Times is behaving unconsciounably by ignoring the matter, having used the erroneous filing to criticize the president.

Dick Weltz   4 12 06

The legion of liberals who get their news from the New York Times (and still consider it a reliable news source) remain untroubled by the shocking news that Patrick Fitzgerald has admitted misleading a federal judge in a filing that he has had to officially correct.

The New York Sun has full coverage of the matter, but realtive few Times readers, especially the majority of its readers who live outside of New York City, will see the necessary corrective. Fitzgerald has plenty to answer for, but the Times is behaving unconsciounably by ignoring the matter, having used the erroneous filing to criticize the president.

Dick Weltz   4 12 06