The NY Times takes a look at New York Daily News editor-in-chief Colin Myler and his role in the News Corp. scandal.
Doesn't move the story much except to say that Myler seems to have been behind the “FIRE ’EM! Exposed: Perv Teachers Still on Payroll" stories and Mort Zuckerman is sticking by his gangster editor - for now.
The Times also notes that the Daily News has declined to cover the Commons committee report on News Corp. hacking that stated Colin Myler was guilty of misleading Parliament.
It seems in the world of the Zuckerman Daily News only innocent teachers accused and later exonerated of allegations need to be fired.
Daily News editors found guilty of lying to Parliament and accused by a Labor MP of sending reporters to dig up dirt on investigators in order to get them to drop their investigation of his newspaper - those offenses are apparently not cause for concern.
Just another example of the two-tier justice system we have in our neo-feudal society these days - one where elites can pretty much do anything they want with impunity, and another for the rest of us where even a remark on Facebook can get you fired.