LETTERS: The Enquirer lacks objectivity

LETTERS: The Enquirer lacks objectivity

There are 1 comment on the The Cincinnati Enquirer story from Dec 30, 2013, titled LETTERS: The Enquirer lacks objectivity. In it, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that:

How about reporting on the rules of Juvenile Court that greatly restrict press coverage? How long have they been there? Who first adopted them? Why? What has changed that makes those rules something The Enquirer believes should be ignored? In the continuing effort to defame Hunter, The Enquirer editorial pages have missed the opportunity to ... (more)

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Bert

Croton, OH

#1 Dec 30, 2013
The Enquirer stopped reporting 10 years ago! I will let you guess why! They are the yes paper! " We create no waves"! Flowers and candy for ever one! Not surprisingly that sells no papers, as the Columbus move shows! They learn as top retailers do, but change nothing! Sometimes close down creates anew! Just my opinion, though !

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