Thursday, September 01, 2005

Washington Teachers Union Prosecution

Congrats to law school classmate James W. Cooper (Emory '89L) on his victory as part of the team prosecuting officials of the Washington Teachers Union for looting the union's treasury. The Washington Post story is here.

Perhaps its my built-in biases, but why is "the biggest public corruption prosecution in the District in recent years" on page two of the Metro Section?

I think it was I.F. Stone who once commented that what makes the Washington Post a great newspaper is the fact that you never know on what page you'll find the Page One story.

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