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In what she did Ed was.
It raised some questions about the state of mind of the alleged shooter James Holmes.
But her information.
Is now not even a drop in the bucket but what one.
Legal expert called a drop in the ocean of everything we now know more about James homes in this state of mind and airport to interrupt the proceedings.
To explore the issue of who leaked the information to her which has now been totally overtaken by all of the information that the court itself has released is really nothing but a side -- here we've got to focus and we should be focusing clearly on.
Whether or not James Holmes was the shooter like he was just.
Here -- to relevance its exact play on Saturday.
Only on the bigger issue Judy that some of our viewers might be sitting there thinking and it's a reporter I don't care about reporters.
But this is this is an issue.
That everybody should care about this isn't about the freedom of an individual reportedly have to back all of our freedoms to lunar.
When there is corruption when there is any indicate sends a chilling -- at its -- is -- -- to -- -- to -- this.
Exactly and you know one of the ironies of this administration is that even while it pays lip service to transparency.
Has gone after more -- careers in leak investigations.
That any previous administration.
So there are two ways to stop the flow of information that the public has a right to know.
To -- to the public want us to go after journalists which is what's happening with -- -- -- -- the sex just to go after the people who talked to a serve may be talking to last that too has a chilling effect.
On people's willingness to come forward.
And tell people tell reporters information that the public really needs to know what they think the public -- -- need to know we don't look at all the stories Jonathan it had been broken by reporters over the years and from Watergate.
To Abu grab the to corruption in government.
Two FDA and problems will -- tobacco companies -- companies.
All of these very important revelations that come to -- because of the free press front.
And because people trust reporters to protect them when they come forward and say.
Trust us you know we have information that's really of value to the American people and if you don't have that relationship and if people don't trust you.
They're not going to come forth and therefore the public is ill served and that's why.
A First Amendment of the constitution.
The constitutional framers were well aware of the need for free and independent press and Thomas Jefferson even -- -- he had to choose between having a government and a free press or free press he would chip is a free press.
That's how important this says so it's not just about.
Me it's not about Jana winter and her courageous stand.
It's about freedom of the press and the public's right to know and that's why every mainstream.
Media organization and social media organization.
Ought to be worried about -- -- -- --
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