Discussion in 'Politics' started by Annie, Oct 20, 2005.
on that note somebody will loose their job at the NYT.
Cozing with the enemy is not a ok with them.
Editor Says He Missed Miller 'Alarm Bells' By JOHN SOLOMON, Associated
WASHINGTON - The New York Times' Judith Miller belatedly gave prosecutors her notes of a key meeting in the CIA leak probe only after being shown White House records of it, and her boss declared Friday she appeared to have misled the newspaper about her role.
In a dramatic e-mail, Executive Editor Bill Keller wrote Times' employees he wished he'd more carefully interviewed Miller and had "missed what should have been significant alarm bells" that she had been the recipient of leaked information about the CIA officer at the heart of the case.
"Judy seems to have misled (Times Washington bureau chief) Phil Taubman about the extent of her involvement," Keller wrote in what he described as a lessons-learned e-mail. "This alone should have been enough to make me probe deeper."
On related news they charge for Maureen Dowds column. They must
have lost it, some say they never had it.
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