Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Walzer settles lawsuits against the TL

James Conmy of the Citizens' Voice reported -- four days ago! -- that Allison Walzer had settled her lawsuit against the Times Leader. Meanwhile, all is quiet in the TL. Amazing. It's too bad. The trial would have utter madness.

14 comments:

eponymous anonymous said...

This is distressing.
The most overpaid editor in the United States of America got more money from the TL? Connor and the suits at McClatchy (whoever was responsible for settling) all need to grow a collective pair.

Anonymous said...

Where's the followup on Connor selling Rusty property for 250g's

Anonymous said...

Rusty? Rusty who? Rusty Wallace? Details and link, pls.

Anonymous said...

Rusty Flack

Anonymous said...

connor bought a house and property for 1.2 mill and sold off a piece of the land for 250g's to Flack who is building on it.

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Anonymous said...

It is apparent from the lack of posts on this site about major items involving the TL that the TL staff has moved on and no longer visits here. Good for them. I wish the TS folks would also get lives.

Anonymous said...

Times and faces change fast in newsrooms. The TL has its share of longtimers, but I bet half of the newsroom doesn't even know who Walzer is, or care. And neither the longtimers nor the new kids on the block care about what goes on here.

Anonymous said...

I have to say that the TL's coverage of the Walzer settlement was pathetic. Good Luck CV, I think you're back on your way.

Anonymous said...

"It is apparent from the lack of posts on this site about major items involving the TL that the TL staff has moved on and no longer visits here. Good for them. I wish the TS folks would also get lives."

6:39 PM, August 22, 2007
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Into which group do YOU fall, asshole?

Anonymous said...

It does seem the TL is lacking in actual news these days. Lame on the hammer attack at the beauty salon.

Anonymous said...

Big deal. The CV did a better job on one story. Look at everything else the TL did. The Ciavarella story, D'Elia.

Anonymous said...

The CV has been scooping the TL left and right. The TL has been a day late too many times lately. what's up with that?

Anonymous said...

Start keeping a daily count of who scoops who, every story, not just the ones you are interested in. You will see.