Questions on the mixed-up files

Thomas Lipscomb has been in the business of journalism for a long time. He seems to have missed the course on how newspapers are supposed to hide important documents from their readers. He nevertheless seems to think that the case of the mixed-up files of John Kerry is the weirdest he has seen in a long time. Editor & Publisher carries his latest column on the subject: “Questions remain about Kerry’s military records.” Lipscomb’s basic question is, “Are the Los Angeles Times and the Boston Globe publishing documents or hiding them?”


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