The reporter who’s spent 20 years investigating the police torture kingpin on why the perjury verdict surprised even him.
Every copy editor, when beginning on a new story turned in by a familiar writer, has a preconception of how well written it will be and, more to the point, how accurate. Mary McCarthy once said about Lillian Hellman, “Every word she writes is a lie, including and and the.” If McCarthy had been Hellman’s […]
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