Skip to comments.Freep a Poll! (Fox. Jail FoxNews.com reporter if she declines to reveal her sources?)
Posted on 04/05/2013 3:24:06 PM PDT by dynachrome
Should the judge jail Winter if she declines to reveal her sources?
Yes, jail time is appropriate.
No, she committed no crime.
I'm not sure.
(Excerpt) Read more at foxnews.com ...
"Her story first revealed the existence of a notebook that Holmes had mailed to his psychiatrist.
Winter is citing her First Amendment right to protect her sources, while Holmes lawyers want the information to determine if his right to a fair trial may have been violated."
Read the story and:
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The initial story said she discussed Holmes with campus "police" and from the sounds of it, it was over lunch.......now she says she turned him in...and they did nothing.
The reporter?? I think she has a moral responsibility to rat someone out....or she just plain "made up parts of it".
The notebook “story” went round and round. The school said the psyciatrist never saw it...it was found in the mail room.
Have a poll to FReep. This time it’s the KosKiddies poll. Really! LOL!
Kos asks about Michael Mann hero or zero?
Ha. we no do kos krap, but thanks anyway. (also too many blog polls out there, so I ignore them, unless maybe a WSJ or Greta van Sustern poll, etc. No to online petitions,too. hundreds out there)