I don’t know the town, the state, who the speaker is, what police department or what the crime was. But the dialog is worth listening to.
I see no system-wide fix. Journalists themselves need to resolve this. They should look in a mirror and reflect on their very real influence. Police are taught that once you fire your pistol there is no taking back the bullet. Reporters must remember their words can have the power of a bullet and consider the consequences when they fire their journalistic guns.
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Why does the media continue to post and repeat the Tweets of #Trump? Is it really to inform the public, surely they know we can read it for ourselves…
After the picnic is over, does one keep the grill going because the aroma is pleasing?