Richard Jewell and O.J. Simpson

Woodlock, Douglas P.
December 1996
Nieman Reports;Winter96, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p57
Discusses journalistic ethics. References to press releases on Richard Jewell, alleged to be a suspect in the Atlanta Olympic bombing in 1996, and the trial of O.J. Simpson.


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