Thursday, April 30, 2009

Should Ray Beckerman keep covering the Tenenbaum case?

Cast your vote here!


  1. A more important question is whether someone's free speech rights should be subject to a popularity contest?

  2. To Anonymous 7:01:

    This isn't about anyone's "free speech rights." Obviously Beckerman (and everyone else) has the right to write about the case. He simply says he's "tempted to stop coverage of this case, because... well because [he] can't bear to watch."


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