One Hand Clapping

Journalists Should Be Questioned In Yale Case

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

New Haven Public Defender Thomas Ullmann has never been one to pull a punch, but he did last week. He wants an investigation of who was leaking material about the murder of Annie Le to the press. But he's asking that the investigation stop at the door of the local police station. Ullmann doesn't want reporters questioned. Here is how the game of media pocket pool gets played and why the journalistic privilege is a bad idea.

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