back to square one wrote:
If he wasn't going to get any answers and he wasn't going to be able to videotape him, then I ask you, what's the point? A story of repeated information that is put into one does what? Use common sense dukerdog, in the end, what did the story do? Is it better than nothing, sure. Could it have been better, absolutely. He should have shown him the photos over halfway through and ask him to explain it. If he walks, so what? What has he given or admitted to? You can then truthfully say that when he was confronted with photographic evidence, he got up and walked and put that in the story. Wow, some of you guys who I thought had it together really aren't that bright.
Well then you should put your incredible investigative journalistic skills to the task of writing your own story. If you could do "a better job, guaranteed" then you definitely should. Stop complaining about what a crappy job Mark Singer did, and just show us how it's done. You make it sound pretty easy, so it shouldn't take much of your time. And you apparently live in SE Michigan, so what's stopping you from doing this?