I say we open the NYTimes building to anyone who wants to go in. No security, no police. Fair?
You bet! We should also demand that all the Times' inter-office memos, from Sulzberger on down, be made public along with transcripts of all editorial meetings and board meetings. All emails involving Times' business including communications with bureaus and individual reporters should be made public. No more secrets!
They don’t have great security in their building. Basically just scan a badge and go thru the turnstyle. A couple of guards there. They may be able to stop the elevators, who knows.