The case continues to generate a good deal of media attention. Coverage divides into three camps: (1) the articles and postings below, many of which are of very high quality; (2) the majority of the press, which has decided to ignore the case; and (3) the Herald-Sun and the New York Times, the last bastions of Nifong enablers among the media.
As a follow-up on two earlier posts, below are links to the best material to appear on the case since early October. I have divided the post into three sections to incorporate two critical television broadcasts.
- Ed Bradley, “Duke Rape Suspects Speak Out,” 60 Minutes
- Chris Cuomo, “‘Go Ahead: Put Marks on Me’,” Good Morning
- Joseph Neff, “Video May Aid Players’ Defense,” N&O
- Jason Whitlock, “It’s Time for Justice,” Kansas City Star
- Ruth Sheehan, “Turning the Tide in Durham,” N&O
- Jason Trumpbour, “Vote!,” Duke Chronicle
- Tara Servatius, “Who Will Stop Mike Nifong?,” Creative Loafing
- Tom Jicha, “Lacrosse Players Didn’t Get Fair Shot in National Media,” Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel
- “Prosecutors Question Nifong’s Failure to Interview the Accuser,” Liestoppers
- William L. Anderson, “Why the Duke Hoax Continues,” lewrockwell.com
- “The Unbearable Lightness of Being Linguistic: The Duke Lacrosse Case Is Much Easier to Understand within a Deconstructionist Echo-Chamber,” Duke New Sense
- “A Technicality”
- “What, Exactly, Did the Police Investigate?”