Matt Lewis of Politics Daily has the write-up here. Some of Bozell’s questions to the Post:
How many Washington Post staffers were part of JournoList and, if there are any currently unnamed, who are they?
Did the Post know about JournoList when Klein was hired and that it was a “center
to left” group? If yes, what does that say about the Post’s claims of neutrality?
Did actions on JournoList violate the Post’s ethical guidelines?
Has the Post revised or added any ethical guidelines as a result of this scandal?
Will the Post permit staffers to belong to or operate such lists in the future?
Did Klein and the other Post members write to the list using company equipment and offices?
When Klein shut down the list, did he delete the list? If not, will the Post order him to release it so that readers may decide for themselves?
We’ll see if he gets a response.