In this laughably bad article,
, he attempts to establish that there was "more to the story."
He is a lawyer by training, and has worked for the New York Times as in house counsel. This article will be useful when I speak to my friend Michael about my contention that "lawyers are frequently overeducated, and not good at common sense." I've been winning the argument over the past several years, and this sort of thing provides more evidence.
As it turns out, there are people who know better
who are catching up to this foolishness.