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Security Guard hired by KUSA Shoots, Kills Man During Protests

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Station management probably doesn't want to say anything on the record in case they end up in a lawsuit over this. They wouldn't want to make any public statements that can be used against them in court. 

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10 hours ago, Greggo said:

Pretty bad when the station refuses to speak on the record with its own reporters. 

Pretty bad yes, but @ScottJ does have a good point. They don't want to make any more statements than what they're required to do unless Law Enforcement asks KUSA to speak on the record and at that point they don't have much of a choice.

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10 hours ago, Greggo said:

Pretty bad when the station refuses to speak on the record with its own reporters. 


Not really. You don't crap where you eat. The other stations are covering this story pretty well and like any business KUSA is being careful not to indict themselves. And as you can tell, the journalists are asking the right questions and it's management who's not responding to the questions. They aren't letting the journalists not ask questions. Clearly a separation of powers.

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