Marc Ecko’s Secret: ‘Luck of the Schmuck’
"A website founded by US religious activists aims to counter what they claim is 'liberal bias' on Wikipedia, the open encyclopedia which has become one of the most popular sites on the web. The founders of Conservapedia.com say their site offers a 'much-needed alternative' to Wikipedia, which they say is 'increasingly anti-Christian and anti-American.'" —The Guardian, London, March 2
What does it look like when a Timesman buys a sex slave? Well, we don't know, because we haven't seen Nick Kristof's Cambodian receipts. But we do know what it looks like when a Timesman lends someone out of prostitution. As part of the legal processes set in motion by Kurt Eichenwald's December 2005 investigative series on online child porn, the $2,000 check he wrote to Justin Berry was subpoenaed. Here it is. (Click on it for a larger version.)'Times' Prostitute Rescuer Eichenwald, in Testimony, Says He Went 'Off Deep End'