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April 19, 2018

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ugh

hi just want to say that this reporter did not get in trouble. not even close. the law is the law and it was on her side. thanks.

LawSchoolIntern

According to California Law, the students in journalism select, write and publish the articles of the student newspaper. (There is required oversight by the advisor and administration.)

The Mr. Nelson Involuntary Transfer from BHS was one of the biggest conflicts of the time, yet there was no story in the Burlingame Newspaper.

Why?

Has BHS Newspaper Advisor Melissa Murphy been directly (or indirectly) pulling stories from the Burlingame Bee?

As a Journalist, is Ms. Murphy engaged in a conflict of interest since she sits at the center of the Nelson incident?

Has Ms. Murphy actually pulled stories written by student and approved for publication because these stories are in conflict with her personal political views ?

Wait, what lowlife would use her power as a Journalism Advisor to suppress an article that would expose her actions to the world.?

Melissa Murphy would do that.

Wait, I need anonymous status!


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