an inquiry focused on correcting the record and explaining how such fraud could have been sustained within the ranks of The New York Times.....
.....apparently has ended without looking for any other violators. What a joke the Times has become.
.....apparently has ended without looking for any other violators.
It would cost all of $10,000 to put a junior accountant and some reporters to run a cross check on datelines and expense accounts for the rest of their so called reporters...I wonder if they are afraid to turn over too many rocks 'cause of what's under 'em.
Heck, if the NY Times won't do it, let the Washinigton Post do it for them. ~snicker
posted on 05/10/2003 12:23:57 PM PDT
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