Dan Sez NPR senior news analyst Daniel Schorr says that the recent flap between the Cincinnati Enquirer and Chiquita International differs from the journalistic hoaxes exposed at the New Republic and the Boston Globe. This time, reporters did not make up stories, but possibly used illicit means to obtain information. That the law does not make any allowance for motive is not good news for journalists.
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Dan Sez

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Dan Sez

Dan Sez

Dan Sez

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NPR senior news analyst Daniel Schorr says that the recent flap between the Cincinnati Enquirer and Chiquita International differs from the journalistic hoaxes exposed at the New Republic and the Boston Globe. This time, reporters did not make up stories, but possibly used illicit means to obtain information. That the law does not make any allowance for motive is not good news for journalists.