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PODCAST 78: Award-winning journalist Christie Blatchford (1951-2020) on the importance of due process
The late Canadian journalist Christie Blatchford gave a speech last year about the importance of due process and the dangers of the #MeToo moral panic. These are the edited highlights. Blatchford also wrote an essay in Quillette last year based on the same speech.
Greg Ellis reads How Due Process Fell Victim to Good Intentions: A Veteran Court Reporter Looks Back, Christie Blatchford’s essay about how due process has been eroded by the insistence that we should believe victims. It was published in Quillette on July 14, 2019.