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Annals of Journalism, Pt. 1: Opinion Piece For Berkeley’s Daily Californian on UC’s Ted Agu Football Death Cover-Up, Scheduled For Publication Today, Was Killed at the Last Second … For Expressing an Opinion
April 23, 2019
Annals of Journalism, Pt. 2: My 2017 Opinion Piece For Berkeley’s Daily Californian on UC’s Ted Agu Football Death Cover-Up — Before They Started Censoring Me
April 24, 2019

. to me: Why don’t you just say UC Berkeley should be a little more careful? Then we’ll run the op-ed piece by you on the Ted Agu football death cover-up that we promised we’d run.

to me, in killing at the last minute my op-ed piece on the UC Berkeley cover-up of Ted Agu’s 2014 football conditioning death: You can’t “[imply] that the university was prioritizing commercial profit which is why they allowed this to happen.”

. to me: “Can you prove that [the UC Berkeley cover-up of Ted Agu’s 2014 football conditioning death] was financially motivated?” No? Then we can’t publish the op-ed about it that we said we’d publish.

.: “The university could sue us” over your publishing an article in our newspaper saying that you think they were very, very, very bad boys in the Ted Agu football death cover-up. So … never mind.

Do I live in Berkeley — or Pyongyang?

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