In the Daily News story today about the Feds turning the Page Six scandal case over to U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales for final review, reporter William Sherman appeared to opt for the less scandalous soundbites from Jared Paul Stern and his lawyer:
Stern’s attorney, Joseph Tacopina, yesterday said, “We have encouraged a full and thorough investigation looking at all the aspects of this case and we understand that the matter is complicated because Jared is a member of the media and additional layers of approval need to be obtained.”
And in a telephone interview yesterday, Stern said, “He’s [Burkle] not my favorite person, my counterattack might be a little strong, but I’m still trying to get the true story out.”
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