Hearing Will Test Blogger's Right to Privilege

, New Jersey Law Journal

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A Union County judge is deciding what it takes for a blogger to qualify for the protection of New Jersey’s broad newsgathering privilege.

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  • ToILLak/k/aUnionCountyResidenta/k/aJH

    Tina Renna is a COUNTY watchdog dope and there are no republicans on the Union County Freeholder Board so thus, she can't criticize a republican because there are NONE.

    Tina does a great service to Union County taxpayers. She does what the Star Ledger won't or can't do. In fact, The Union County Watchdog website is where most informed people go to get Union County news.

    Good Luck Tina.

    NFS

  • Lawrence Berezin

    Mary,

    Great post, well documented, on an important subject and case.
    You're definitely entitled to NJ's broad news-gathering privilege.

    Best,
    Larry

  • Lawrence Berezin

    Mary,

    Great post, well documented, on an important subject and case.
    You're definitely entitled to NJ's broad news-gathering privilege.

    Best,
    Larry

  • Union County Resident

    Tina Renna is not a reporter. She is a political critic who sole purpose is to lambaste the Union County Democratic Party. Anyone who reviews her body of work will soon realize that she has never reported on a Republican Scandal or criticized the Republican Party in any way. She will lose the hearing and be forced to put her money where her mouth is. It is about time she was made to back up her allegations with facts.

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