Pressing to be in on Waco watch

Fitzgerald, Mark
February 2000
Editor & Publisher;02/21/2000, Vol. 133 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the joint motion filed by the Associated Press and two United States newspapers to fight plans to prevent the press and public to witness a test concerning the Branch Davidians' wrongful death suit against the federal government in Waco, Texas. Release of a 21-page protocol outlining how the test will be conducted; Possibility that a small press pool could be allowed to witness the test.


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