dimanche, février 11, 2007

As If There Was Any Doubt In Your Mind That Mayfair Is A Cover Up

Look at this. I was reading TMJ4's story about Saturday night's "disturbance" at Mayfair. I get to the bottom of the story, and I read this from Mayfair's Nancy Conley:

"Conley said we were not allowed to interview mall customers for this story, so we talked with young people after the Bucks game where the idea drew mixed reactions."


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Blogger Dad29 said...


Obviously, "reporting" isn't what it used to be...

9:47 AM, février 11, 2007  
Blogger Patrick said...

ahhh, if I were a news company, this denial from Mayfair would spark a deep investigation of the story behind the story... But that's just one bloggers opinion.

9:48 AM, février 11, 2007  
Blogger Pete Fanning said...

This calls for a "blogger" expose :)

12:12 PM, février 11, 2007  
Blogger Phelony Jones said...

This is a job for Pete Fanning.

12:40 PM, février 11, 2007  
Blogger Nick said...

While the mall may deny access to anyone... it is private property after all... I don't see how the media couldn't interview people outside the mall after they left.

The mall can't force people into silence after they left after all. What country do we live in again?

9:40 PM, février 11, 2007  

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