Task Force Debates What Information Is Public
Newspapers routinely have access to gruesome crime scene photographs, but they are "virtually never published," a retired newspaper editor told a special legislative task force Wednesday.
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#1 Oct 17, 2013
"It does demonstrate that there is restraint" by newspapers, Albert told the task force that is trying to strike a balance between the public's right to know and victim's privacy. The task force is expected to recommend changes to the state's Freedom of Information Act.
Changes in Freedom of Information Act.
That's a powerful statement.
In other words, the mainstream media, which chooses not to report on crimes perpetuated by this administration and the preceding administrations, is now asking for more censorship.
It smells like East Germany.
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