|Friday, July 15, 2005|
Supporters of the Truth and Reconciliation process marched silently from Nelson Johnson's church on Arlington Street to the Weaver Center for this afternoon's public hearing, accompanied by a documentary film crew.
Nelson and Joyce Johnson led the march past Confederate monuments on Martin Luther King Jr Drive.
The Weaver center was crowded and it took a while to get everyone through security. The hearings started a little late; they are scheduled to go on through 9:00 this evening and much of the day tomorrow.
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Allen Johnson says the N&R letters blog has gotten its 10,000th comment.
"That means two things: A tremendous, sustained level of participation. And a majority of commenters who far outnumber the trolls.
"That's why this is a forum well worth saving. And building on."
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Truth and Rec release in advance of hearings today and tomorrow, including speaker schedule.
11:21:05 AM permalink comment 
NYT: "By itself, the disclosure that Mr. Rove had spoken to a second journalist about Ms. Wilson may not necessarily have a bearing on his exposure to any criminal charge in the case."
John Sterling thinks nobody cares but Democrats.
Chris Nolan says nobody cares but insiders -- her piece is worth reading once you get past the cynical schtick at the top.
Krugman says, "we're living in a country in which there is no longer such a thing as nonpolitical truth."
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