Report on Fitzgerald and A Final Report Is Misleading
TalkLeft's eminently qualified Washington Correspondent reports:
I don't ordinarily criticize newspaper coverage, but today's New York Times story on Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation is not only wrong, but damaging. The thrust of the article is that although "[a] final report had long been considered an option for Mr. Fitzgerald if he decided not to accuse anyone of wrongdoing," Fitzgerald has indicated he is not going to issue a report. According to the Times, this indicates that Fitzgerald is more likely to seek indictments.
This is wrong on so many counts.
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