Friday, September 29, 2006

Jennifer Henn and Judith Miller in the same paragraph

That's according to "The Epoch Times," an "independent newspaper." An anonymously-sourced story by Henn in the Scranton Times-Tribune led to a civil court order demanding that she divulge her source. The case is on appeal.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

If she broke the law, she should go to jail. Besides, the TT almost never runs stories based on anonymous sources. John Murphy was asleep at the wheel.

Peter Zinger said...

She didn't "break the law."
Because we have a First Amendment, there is no law telling you that you can't print an anonymous source, or anything else, for that matter.
Get a clue what you're talking about before you post nonsense.

Anonymous said...

Where's the forum?

Anonymous said...

back now. think it was a chumster/UK problem.

Anonymous said...

Holy hair, Batman!

Anonymous said...

so what happened to her in Scranton? Was she, uh, shitcanned?

Anonymous said...

Everyone eventually falls out of Banana Boat's favor.

Anonymous said...

Never heard the guy say a bad word about her. Lightenup asshole. Jen's a good reporter and shouldn't be the topic of this nuthouse's speculation.