I’ve written previously about the death-in-custody of Southeast Asian ceramics scholar Roxanna Brown (here, here, and here). Her treatment and death were shameful, disturbing: the way in which charges were drummed up, enforced, and her treatment in prison….
Image shamelessly ganked from the LA Times site itself.
The original article was divided into three parts, something which doesn’t happen often in the MSM these days.
All the following from the Los Angeles Times, by reporter Jason Felch.
- Part I: “A passion for art, a perilous pursuit”
- Part II: “Her career revived, scholar turns tipster”
- Part III: “Once an aid in a federal probe, antiquities scholar becomes a key target”
And an article on the fact that the article was split up into three articles. Reporting on the newspaper’s reporting is, to be fair, something that happens a lot today in the MSM.