BOSTON (CBS) – What on earth happened on Friday when Adrianne Haslet-Davis, the dancer whose recovery from her severe injuries in the marathon bombings has become a well-known inspirational story, left the set of a “Meet the Press” interview in tears?
She claims NBC misled her into thinking they would honor her request to not be part of a discussion about the alleged bombers.
Listen to Jon’s commentary:
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They claim they couldn’t have made such a promise, although their apology implies something like that did go on by including the word “miscommunication.”
Whatever happened, I hope it doesn’t cast a pall over the rest of the marathon anniversary coverage.
For every appalling moment where a pushy, insensitive journalist drives a bombing survivor to tears – through some kind of “miscommunication” or not –…
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