From our One Town, Two Different Worlds desk
The Boston Globe is shooting blanks on the Steve Wynn/Massachusetts Gaming Commission rumpus, which involves a lawsuit over documents that the disgraced casino mogul says are covered by attorney-client privilege.
Here’s how the stately local broadsheet handled the story in today’s edition.
It’s not until the 13th graf that the piece even mentions this fact: “The meeting minutes included substantial redactions, something [commission chairwoman Cathy] Judd-Stein said was necessary because the sessions included ‘a significant amount of attorney-client privileged communications.’”
No longer crosstown at the Boston Herald, Page One says it all.
Inside, the story gets the deluxe double-truck treatment.
Hey, Globeniks, you taking notes?
(To be fair graf goes here)
To be fair, the web version of the Globe piece does have a visual component.
(To be clear graf goes here)
To be clear, though, it’s a photo of the almost-finished Encore casino, not any of the redacted documents.
Score one for the snappy local tabloid.