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New York Times' Failure to Give Judge's Name in Legal Schnauzer Case Raises Serious Questions

Posted on the 17 February 2014 by Rogershuler @RogerShuler
This is Carol, Roger's wife. The New York Times' failure to name the judge in the Legal Schnauzer case raises questions about the paper's motivations, competence or both.

The article repeatedly references a judge who makes unconstitutional rulings in the case, but never mentions that it's retired Circuit Judge Claud Neilson. 

"I find it hard to believe that reporter Campbell Robertson and a team of editors could 'forget' to include that information," said Legal Schnauzer publisher Roger Shuler. "That makes me think that Neilson's name was intentionally left out of the article and raises the question why was that done. The only answer I have is that if his name is in there readers will begin asking questions about his political affiliation and his ties to certain corporate and educational entities. Leaving his name out short-circuits such inquiries and essentially protects those who are pulling the judge's strings."

The New York Times - New York, NY

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