Critics in the Willingham case say a man was executed on the basis of junk science; Texas governor Rick Perry disagrees.
You might remember that, a few weeks ago, Michael Miner wrote about the Cameron Todd Willingham story, originally broken by Steve Mills and Maurice Possley of/then of the Tribune. More recently it was covered by the New Yorker, Bob Herbert, and many other people and publications. Anyway, now that the ball is back in Gov. […]
Do the news media need to be BFFs with the public to serve the public?
The New York Times, the New Yorker, the Long Island Lolita — the same rules apply to them all.
Amy Fisher surfaces at Chicago’s Admiral Theatre after a brief engagement in journalism