Scandal Rocks Dog Show NPR's Melissa Block talks with Beverly Cuddy, editor of Dogs Today magazine, about the anonymous letter sent to her magazine and others smearing a top-level dog-show judge, Joyce Mann. Mann, whose husband chairs the world's largest dog show, has resigned from the Kennel Club. Cuddy says the question of who is behind the campaign has all the ingredients of a Miss Marple Mystery.
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Scandal Rocks Dog Show

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Scandal Rocks Dog Show

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NPR's Melissa Block talks with Beverly Cuddy, editor of Dogs Today magazine, about the anonymous letter sent to her magazine and others smearing a top-level dog-show judge, Joyce Mann. Mann, whose husband chairs the world's largest dog show, has resigned from the Kennel Club. Cuddy says the question of who is behind the campaign has all the ingredients of a Miss Marple Mystery.