John Stossel has an interesting observation on our friends at the New York Times today.
I find this open letter I just got from the National Fisheries Institute compelling. I’m still researching their claims, but because of my past media experiences, I find them believable. Here’s a sample:
… In January 2008, New York Times reporter Marian Burros conducted her own analysis of mercury in sushi that included remarkably similar methodology and conclusions to a report from environmental activist group Oceana that was released on the very same day her story was printed.”
Maybe the Burros/activist group timing was just a coincidence? I doubt it.