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Nov 27 2013, 10:50 PM
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The mere fact that she found him at the hotel should be enough to take her off the story. The fact that she worked for him, and that at the time they were friends. And Nicole, if she were any kind of professional journalist would tell her editor that she shouldn't do the story, because it's pretty unethical journalistically speaking, plus she knows she was involved, even if her editor doesn't. But again, I realize this is a soapy plot point....
I don't see why she cant, they are suppose to just report the facts, but I don't know anything about the rules of professional journalism. Her boss who has been in the business a lot longer than Nicole and should know the rules is the one asking Nicole to interview Eric.
My reasoning is that her story wouldn't have credibility to the public or other journalists. Her story would become a story in and of itself. She would be called out on her involvement, thus her credibility would be called into question, and the credibility of her reporting.
Oprah Winferey interviews people that she knows all the time. She gets them to tell their story if their is one to tell. That is all Nicole will be doing with Eric. She doesnt even have to mention her involvement which was only in rescuing him. That is why I am not seeing the big deal.
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