Santa Barbara Politics, Media & Culture

Thursday, January 11, 2007

AJR Response in the Paterno Case

The American Journalism Review has posted their response to the Paterno case in PDF format -- interesting reading.


Anonymous dd said...

Can you say b****h slap? WOW, AJR's attorney gets high marks for this letter. dd

1/11/2007 11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This particular facet of the News-Press debacle will only serve to clearly illustrate the blatant amateurishness of the counsel representing Ampersand and Wendy, et. al. They are clearly out of their league, and look like utter fools in the face of the professionals they are attempting to bully.

1/11/2007 12:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is just one more example of the poor choices that Wendy makes in her life.
I would like to see it published in the indy and perhaps the shop keepers in Santa Barbara could place their in their windows.
For those few who choose to support Wendy perhaps this will open your eyes or you can continue to play blind and dumb.

1/11/2007 2:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I do not view the conduct of Ampersand counsel is amateurish in the least. I infer they know exactly what they are doing, and the risks of their tactics. I suggest their determination to intimidate against criticism of SBNP, McCaw et. al. in any way possible and that their conduct reflects less on their competence than their immoral willingness to baselessly sue and misconstrue even beyond what the facts will bear to achieve their ends. The LA Weekly article rightly addresses whether Mr. Stein is worthy of any further free speech awards.

BTW, I'd be real interested in viewing the slapp motion I anticipate from Paterno's counsel if you can get and post it.

1/11/2007 2:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I imagine that McCaw has acted in her usual way by withholding payment. Ask any contractor in town.

1/11/2007 2:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The AJR attorney's response makes one wonder if Nelville Flynn really is writing the legal arguments for the News-Press.

And as the NLRB hearing has clearly shown, the anti-anonymity trolls who post here are a trap.

1/11/2007 5:59 PM  

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