Rather's paranoia

Matthew Hoy
By Matthew Hoy on November 21, 2007

Dan Rather is claiming that CBS News reporters are sitting on important investigative stories out of fear that what happened to Dan could happen to them.

“In the wake of what’s happened to Rather, there have been important investigative stories that haven’t been broadcast,” said [Dan Rather's lawyer] Mr. [Martin] Gold. “Because the people involved say, ‘If this is what happened to Dan Rather, what’s going to happen to little old me?’”

As long as their stories don't depend on 1970s era Microsoft Word documents, they don't have anything to worry about.

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