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  Wednesday, June 26, 2002

More on Ring Decision:

Morning Edition broadcast a report this morning on impact of the Ring decision in Arizona and on one specific death row inmate, Richard Rossi.  There are also comments from Dennis Burke, the Arizona Attorney General Chief Deputy, and Dale Baich, a federal public defender. I can't link to the audio report because of NPR's linking policy requiring permission to link (for more information on this issue, see The Shifted Librarian's post on the issue).  Anyway, if you're interested, you can go to the NPR home page, and look for today's Morning Edition page.  

Update, 28 June 2002:  NPR has changed it's linking policy (although they still "reserve the right to withdraw permission for any link"), so here's the link to this report:  http://www.npr.org/ramfiles/me/20020626.me.06.ram. For information and commentary on NPR's changes, see this article from Wired and FOS News.

4:16:23 PM comment []   

More on the FBI and Libraries, from The Virtual Acquisition Shelf & News Desk:

Two ALA Officials Discuss FBI Issue on CNN (Transcripts). Public Libraries--United States Source: CNN.  Judith Krug and Emily Sheketoff of the American Library Association Discuss FBI Issue on CNN. Krug, is the Director of the ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom appeared on an afternoon program. Shektoff, is the Executive Director of the ALA D.C. Office appeared on the network's Talkback Live program yesterday. You can access the transcripts at: Transcript of Emily Sheketoff on CNN's Talkback Live (begins mid-page); Transcript of Judith Krug on CNN
Note: As of 10pm ESDT, 6/25, the Krug Transcript is not Complete

As of 12:58 PM MST, the Krug Transcript is still not complete, in fact, there's barely anything there.  The Sheketoff transcript is from a talk show with retired FBI Agent Danny Defenbaugh.  There's a lot of other stuff going on, with interruptions and taking phone calls, so it's not as informative as one would hope.  Genie Tyburski, at TVC Alert, has some snippets of the talk show transcript that give you about as much meat as there is from the show. 

As of Sept. 30, the Krug Transcript is still not complete. Somehow I don't think it ever will be.

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