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DSA-Endorsed Judge’s Bail Reforms Prompt Media Attack

The marks of the media's function as PR surrogate for police were all over a Pittsburgh CBS affiliate's gratuitous, over-the-top hit piece on reformer Judge Mik Pappas.
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