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Media distrust may be libel-case key

Lawsuit calls reporter 'malicious, relentless'

By Mark Jurkowitz
Globe Staff / January 9, 2005

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In July 2002, Boston Herald reporter David Wedge, a key defendant in Superior Court Judge Ernest B. Murphy's libel suit against that paper, gave a deposition in the case. In one notable exchange, Murphy's lawyer, Howard Cooper, asked Wedge whether he had thought about the repercussions of his work. (Full article: 1560 words)

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