(PRWEB) December 11, 2004
In "Off the Record", Jason Leopold reveals in startling detail how his desire to land the scoop at any cost ended up getting him tossed into the "buzzsaw."
Leopold spent two years reporting on CaliforniaÂs energy crisis and the collapse of Enron Corporation. For Leopold, there werenÂt any rules to follow when a big story was at stake. Lying, cheating, and backstabbing were just some of the tactics he used to get the scoop. Like an addiction, he couldnÂt stop. After writing a scathing investigative news story about Secretary of the Army Thomas White's role in the collapse of Enron Corporation, Leopold became the subject of an intense investigation by The Washington Post, The New York Times and more than two dozen online publications that ignored the evidence Leopold presented against White and instead turned him into the story.
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