Saturday, July 30, 2005 | By: Dusty Taylor

Sex, lies and audiotapes..Our Fucktards of the Week Winner!

This story has all the makings of a sordid B Movie plot..and its all true. Thats the scary part. A reporter secretly tapes a phone call from a politico that seconds later commits suicide in the reporters newspapers lobby..the reporter tells his bosses of the taped convo and later that evening gets the boot.. The newspaper had the nads to publish parts of the illegally taped convo prior to canning the reporter..can anyone tell me who is wrong in this whole mess? Does anyone care? The media gets to police itself which to me is like letting the fox guard the henhouse. The newspaper then says its firing the reporter for doing something illegal (taping the convo without the politicians conscent is illegal in Fla. as well as alot of states) that reflects negatively on the paper as a whole. REFLECTS NEGATIVELY ON THE PAPER? GIVE ME A BREAK YOU FUCKTARDS!

The link to the NY Times article is embedded in the title..if you read it i would LOVE to hear your opinion on this shit..cuz its all shit as far as I am concerned. The reporter is a piece of shit because he said he knew the guy was on the edge of suicide when he pushed the record button.. the paper is a rag because they published parts of a desperate mans last convo, THEN fired the guy who taped it.

2 people gave us their .02 cents:

An80sNut said...

From every angle it sounds like the politician and reporter got royally assraped in this whole situation. Sure, they were all partially at fault but there are lots of angles to view and all look bad. I entirely see your point about the unethical taking the reporter's story, publishing some of it and then canning them. It's a great way for them to try to get the story and wash their hands of responsibility. People will start to forget where the politician killed himself and focus on why. Have I mentioned how much I dislike 97% of the media? hahaha

Col. Dr. said...

the NY Times is a propaganda organ of the Establishment.

Abas le NY Times.

BTW, the Washington Times is owned by the Reverend Sun Myung Moon, of Moonies fame.