Daily Sound Fights for a Free Press
The Daily Sound's editorial today (July 10, 2007) is a worthwhile read about their opposition to the Deputy Public Defender's attempt to subpoena photographs from the March 14th gang brawl at Sak's Fifth Avenue. Their arguments are interesting but perhaps most telling is their assertion that they have sought a meeting with Deputy Public Defender Atkins and have been refused. According to The Sound, she's unhapppy with the coverage her client has received and refuses to speak with their reporters. Is The Sound is right to ask why someone on the public payroll would take such a stance? How is this different than Operation Cold Shoulder?
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