Dear editor,

I find myself once again fact checking your column since more often than not your version of facts bears no relationship to the truth. I guess you take your cues from our Liar in Chief. You commented in the June 17th edition that ASU withdrew a job offer to Sonya Duhé to become Dean of their journalism school because she sent a tweet that said “…some police officers are good…” . I urge readers to google the local and National papers’ account but in a nutshell the job was withdrawn when two dozen students at her prior job at Loyola University related her racist and homophobic behavior and faculty at ASU related her bizarre behavior towards them in a two week period. Maybe a course or two at journalism school for our editor is in order? 

Mark Coby 


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