Thanks for pointing out the misspelling, Jim. I've gone ahead and corrected it.
Steve- Thanks for the correction regarding the California Youth Authority. I've updated the story accordingly.
It's Masala... Had a typo in the original post this morning but we've corrected it.
A slideshow featuring 18 of Leon's photos from #Arcata24hr is also posted to the right of the story above.
As many as you like...
Really sorry if this post appeared to be related to the one describing the discovery of human remains that we put up Monday. It was in no way intended as such and we regret if we inadvertently caused anyone pain or offense.
I did not link to your piece published in August because you wrote it under a pen name, and I didn't feel it appropriate to out you as the author. If you're willing to put your name to that piece, please post the link for our readers to help them judge the validity of your claims for themselves. Personally, like your three-part series, I don't see any resemblance between your August article and Linda Stansberry's piece, other than the general subject matter.
You have very publicly made an accusation against this paper and one of its columnists. I have thoroughly researched it and don't see anything indicating it to be true. I've tried to discuss this matter with you, and asked you repeatedly to point me to any evidence of your claims -- any passage or passages from Stansberry's piece that closely match or seem distilled from specific pieces of your work. You have been unable to do that. Instead, you've opted to continue posting baseless accusations under a pseudonym.
Thank you for at least admitting that you never submitted any work to the Journal, absolving us of your previously implied accusation that we'd somehow stolen work you'd submitted. Accountability, after all, is one of the basic tenets of journalism.
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vol XXVII issue 29
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