Judy Miller asks the Ethicist!

Andrew Hearst spots an interesting letter to the New York Times' ethics columnist, Randy Cohen, that begins "I'm an extremely well-connected reporter at a major newspaper," and is signed, cryptically, J.M.

It continues:
"Not long ago I wrote a few articles that some of my important friends found shall we say, useful. I was proved fucking right, and it was awesome. Anyway, now everyone is jealous. A nasty man recently threw me in jail, and several of my least favorite co-workers just ganged up on me in the pages of my own paper. Needless to say, these critics are a bunch of pansy assholes. So here's my question..."
More [HERE]. Genius. (Panopticist)

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