Sunday, July 22, 2007

The TL's Connor: More on the alleged FBI sting in Wilkes-Barre that we're not reporting on

Times Leader editor Richard Connor writes again about the whispers surrounding the Luzerne County Courthouse and a potential FBI sting operation involving judges there.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

With all due respect, Mr. NEPAmedia, that column, and the stories leading to the column, are probably considered "reporting" on the alleged sting.

Anonymous said...

There is no reporting to be done at this time. I know that us and the TL are trying desperately to get the confirmation on it. We had the lokuta stuff first.

Anonymous said...

"Us and the TL?" "US AND THE TL??????" Youse guys flunked English, hayna or no?

Anonymous said...

So what if Connor wrote a column. I don't see the self-appointed Mr. NEPAMEDIA posting any Mike McGlynn weekly columns. Double standard?

Anonymous said...

Is Mike McGlynn still alive? Does ANYONE read that garbage? Mr. Cabbage Patch makes Connor look like a Pulitzer winner ... and that's not easy!!!

eponymous anonymous said...

As long as we're contributing to the suggestion box, how about a post on Nancy Kman's brave fight against breast cancer? She writes about it on her blog.
Read it here

Anonymous said...

White Power!

Anonymous said...

McGlynn is the best political commentary in the area, fuck nuts.

Anonymous said...

I hear the FBI sting asshole writes about is related to the sweetheart county deals concerning the juvenile detention facility in Pittston Township. More than one will be going to jail.

Anonymous said...

Hey 8:58 -- The Cabbage Patch kid is terrible. To say that he is the best political columnist just shows that you haven't got a clue.

Anonymous said...

You know, I've been watching this blog, NEPA that is, for a while now and it is fascinating to see so many people so passionate about things that the general public probably takes little note of. I find it even more fascinating, in a two paper market like Wilkes-Barre where neither paper can live up to its calling because resources such as talent and money are split between two competing interests, that those participating in these blogs seem so steadfast in their opinions and not open to the comments of others. I guess my view of an effective blog, one being where participants share their views and form opinions based on ideas and concepts submitted by other participants as well as their own is way off the mark for this particular blog. It seems this is more of a forum to share an already formed opinion and bash anybody who doesn't agree.