Thursday, July 09, 2009

The Albuquerque Journal comes under scrutiny.

Any one who has read more than a couple of posts on this blog,
has read my allegations that the Journal is part of the cover up
of an ethics and accountability scandal in the leadership of the

Specifically, the Journal steadfastly refuses to investigate and
report upon

  • the refusal of the leadership of the APS to submit to an impartial standards and accountability audit, and Board Member Paula Maes' slip when she admitted that she would never agree to an audit that names the names of the corrupt and incompetent in the leadership of the APS, and
  • the suppression of evidence of felony criminal misconduct involving senior APS administrators; Peanut Butter Gate scandal in the APS police department, and
  • the fact that the leadership of the APS refuses to be held honestly accountable as role models of the APS Student Standards of Conduct.
Apparently, I am not the only one who has noticed that our
newspaper of record is slanting the news. A couple of former Journal reporters have started a Journal watch, to watch the watcher, link.

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