Defending Natalee Holloway Coverage


The SoCal Law Blog has a nice piece on the defense of the coverage of the Natalee Holloway story. They discuss Greta Van Susteren defending her coverage of missing teen Natalee Holloway.

Here is the plain truth: We have a missing persons problem — a giant one. The problem includes adults and children. It is here in the United States and overseas. We can either help or spend our time acting holier than thou (“I would never do such a story… I prefer to do high brow stories” Like what? Character assassination of Judge Roberts for sport? I have seen those swipes at him. He is not my first choice, but he is an able man with a distinguished legal career and yet people want to rip him apart — including checking out his kids’ adoption papers! It does not get much dirtier than that! )

Having actually been to Aruba to help the Holloway and Twitty families and dealing with the emotional aspect I would concur. There has been a rash of missing persons cases with children, teens and adults. Maybe the focus should be on these important topics ? What really is more important than the safety of our loved ones?

Posted August 24, 2005 by
Media, Natalee Holloway | one comment

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    One Response to “Defending Natalee Holloway Coverage”

    1. Seventeen Fifty-Four Blog » IN DEFENSE OF HOLLOWAY COVERAGE on August 24th, 2005 10:40 pm

      [...] AY COVERAGE Posted by admin under General , Random Rantings  Our great friends at ScaredMonkeys have done a post on why the Holloway case matters. As I have said in the past, i [...]

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