Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Fuzz Fuzzy on Flap

The headline says, "Officer alleges gender bias, Complaint filed against police chief for discrimination." But the story says that Palo Alto police chief Lynne Johnson isn't sure, "It's written in a convoluted way...It's probably against me." (Meaning: We probably turned him down...because we couldn't figure out what he wanted. Want proof--just look at his complaint.) Meanwhile the Palo Alto Peace Officer Association declined to confirm or deny that a complaint had been filed.

This story isn't quite what is advertised. Either the chief was charged or she wasn't--is it too hard to write a headline that accurately conveys the story? How about asking the cop what he meant?

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