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Originally posted by DYepes
The accusations are not baseless Borg, and the man that helped out the reporter is one of this criminals victims.
He has not been convicted because he has to go through the judicial system first.
That was the whole reason the reporter was doing this investigation and bringing it to the public light so that others can be aware of the crimes and spread the word so that his cycle of deception could be halted.
Now as far as the woman goes, the cameraman was at fault because he followed the woman after she walked away.
This was irrelevan to the attack of course because the man attacked the reporter even though it was the cameraman who folowed his wife when she requested for him to stop. That can indeed be considered harrassment.
They put themselves back in the spotlight though by jumping into the report that was being done on one of the properties.
Originally posted by TheBorg
Let me ask you guys a question, if you were suspected of committing a crime, and were in deliberations on the case, would you like it for reporters to keep sticking mikes in your face, constantly asking you questions about your guilt? I know I wouldn't. If that kind of thing happened to me, I'd end up slamming some reporters myself. There is a law against harrassment, and reporters are not exempt from that law. They probably think they are, but they're not. If I choose to punch him because he harrassed me, rather than file harrassment charges, I think that should be allowed.