By Jim Schutze
By Rachel Watts
By Lauren Drewes Daniels
By Anna Merlan
By Lee Escobedo
Of course not.
He had been hired to buttress a preconceived conclusion: that McVeigh is guilty, guilty, guilty. In fact, he may well be. But that doesn't justify the disingenuous and cowardly device of hiring an expert to justify the paper's preconceived conclusions.
Lest there be any doubt about the News' take on the case, BeloWatch simply notes that Loe and Parks end one of their pieces by quoting Ressler musing about how McVeigh might thrive behind bars.
"Prison is not a bad place for people like McVeigh or Charles Manson," he said. "Prison is a pretty good deal--for losers.