***I wonder if they'll be eligible for a Pulitzer for investigative journalism?***
Funny you should ask. In 1981 a Washington Post reporter received the Pulitzer prize for a series of articles about an 8-year-old drug addict. It was later discovered that she fabricated the information. Gives one the impression that these liberal papers don't much care to check on the truth of their reporters, doesn't it?
posted on 05/10/2003 8:44:28 PM PDT
Janet Cooke had a long, hard fall from grace; a few years ago, she was working as a $6/hour sales clerk at a discount store somewhere in Michigan.
posted on 05/10/2003 8:53:52 PM PDT
(Can you hear me now, Adrienne?)
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