Saturday June 6, 2020

A failure that cries for justice to be served

Last Sunday's Liam Lawlor stories were an outrageous professional failure on the part of certain newspapers to commit to accuracy or to ethics.

29th October, 2005

Last Sunday's Liam Lawlor stories were an outrageous professional failure on the part of certain newspapers to commit to accuracy or to ethics. The papers that published the groundless Lawlor allegations fell back to blaming what they called “Moscow police sources'‘.

Some persisted in doing this when it was abundantly clear that the identity of Lawlor's travelling companion was not as had been reported. This was a copout. It would not be the...

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