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From AJR,   August/September 2005

Miller Brouhaha    

By Unknown
     


Rem Rieder's off-key paean to Judith Miller (see "In Praise of Judith Miller," June/July Web Special) fails to address the question that the public and the courts raise: Is she legally above the law? The courts unanimously say she isn't. It matters not to the media, who continue on their merry, self-important way, confounded by why the public holds them in such contempt.

Dennis Byrne
Northbrook, Illinois

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