New York Times prevails in libel case

Hernandez, Debra Gersh
October 1994
Editor & Publisher;10/15/94, Vol. 127 Issue 42, p20
Book Review
Reports on the victory of `The New York Times' newspaper in a libel suit filed against it by author Dan Moldea. US Supreme Court's refusal to hear Moldea's appeal seeking to overturn a lower court's dismissal of the case; Moldea's libel charges against the newspaper in connection with its review of his book `Interference: How Organized Crime Influences Professional Football.'


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