PBS Special for Friday, Mar 23, 1984
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Rita Jensen was a reporter who found out she was living with a wanted criminal. She kept the information to herself and when the news broke, she refused to cover the story. This segment discusses if Jensen’s right to privacy is more important than the public’s right to information. Hosted by Hodding Carter
With comments by Rita Jensen, Richard Vezza, Professor Melvin Mencher, Susan Brownmiller, and Dick Oliver.
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