"Jane Doe," that devilishly clever New York Post editorial employee, is "named" in legal action.
Controversial story and accompanying photographs, says complaint, harmed two innocent people.
Family life upended by photograph on the front cover of the New York Post
There are only so many countermeasures against the sort of treatment that the New York Post accorded to two Boston-area young men. One of them is a whopping civil suit.
Wrong reports, no apologies: That's the New York Post.
New York Post says those guys in its cover photo are "cleared." Does that imply they were suspected of wrongdoing to begin with?
The New York Post publishes a photograph in which federal investigators are interested. And so what?
Is the New York Post ready to concede its death tally was off?
There's one outlet that can shed light on the New York Post's Boston reporting, and that's the New York Post.
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