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"Off the Record" Meetings with DOJ Exposes Deep Subservience of DC Press Corps

Jon Queally @ Common Dreams - While some news outlets are lining up to attend a series of "off the record" media briefings with the Department of Justice, others are balking at the invitation from embattled Attorney General Eric Holder, saying that it would be "inappropriate" to accept the government's conditions of secrecy as they actively report on how the DOJ "secretly" investigates journalistic activities.  Read more.

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