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A reminder Dan Leberfeld

Just in case people try to lump the Braylon Edwards’ DWI with the Ines Sainz incident, remember what she wrote –

“Today I wonder why a well respected association such as the AWSM, within its right to inform about any violations of work conditions for its members, acted so impulsively. Considering that the AWSM was in fact worried about the event and about my integrity as a woman and newsperson, why did I never receive a call from them, and why were all these deeds denounced [by the AWSM] with such certainty?
“A group of news people and communicators, eager to make an even bigger scandal out of this situation, have moved women’s rights backwards at least 50 years. I am surprised by how easily some colleagues skip the basic rules of journalism: one should investigate, inquire, and look at the facts before giving an opinion.”