The Journalist and the Murderer - Pages 100-120 Summary & Analysis

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Malcolm goes to visit Daniel Kornstein even though he is not pleased to see her and asks why he sent her and other journalists the letter that began her investigation. Kornstein totally evades her questioning saying he’s sorry but he can’t answer her. She asks to see his files on the trial and he agrees to consider the idea. Suddenly he asks if she knows anything about him and then goes on to list his professional accomplishments. When Malcolm simply responds by asking him to let her know about the court documents, Kornstein presents her with two books he authored and she never hears from him again.

Malcolm goes to talk to Wambaugh, who talks incessantly about the unfairness of the trial and the threat the case presented to the first amendment rights of journalists. He asserts that Bostwick took the...

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