Anti-Semitic verdict correct
Your publication is better than this area should expect, and I say that as someone who was once editorial director of The Michigan Daily in A2, famed there for getting arrested in the fall of 1957 when I snuck inside Little Rock Central High to get news when Eisenhower integrated the first southern school. And I was arrested again in the spring of 1958 when I was caught by Batista's secret police as I tried to get to the mountain redoubt of Fidel.
So I know news and media, as an investigative reporter.
I have never met, nor supported nor talked to Clinton Baller. But his defense against anti-Semitism charges is so convincing that, in court, he would be given a directed verdict, even before the jury deliberated.
Keep up the high-class journalism.
James Elsman, J.D.