Steve Gilliard blasts the Boston Globe over their shoddy Zengerle column. First, Zengerle used stolen e-mails to base a series of innaccurate posts wh
July 6, 2006

Steve Gilliard blasts the Boston Globe over their shoddy Zengerle column.

First, Zengerle used stolen e-mails to base a series of innaccurate posts where he did zero reporting. He interviewed no one involved and did nothing to check the accuracy of what he posted. Second, he acknowledged that he printed an e-mail which was false and claimed to be from me. He wrote the most churlish apology possible and left it at that, despite the clear ethical laspe. Third, management at TNR was clearly worried about his sloppiness and made that clear in several ways...read on

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