Sunday, March 2, 2014

Woody Allen: The Wrongful Conviction Blog's Mark Godsey sends a message to the virtual lynch mob targetting Woody Allen: "Things are not always what they seem, and a careful analysis of the facts calls for more restraint. (Must, Must Read. HL);

POST: "Woody Allen and the virtual lynch mob,"  by Mark Godsey, published by the Wrongful Convictions Blog on February 13, 2014;

GIST: "Two weeks ago, after An Open Letter From Dylan Farrow hit the press, a virtual village of millions lit their torches, grabbed their pitchforks, and carried a tarred-and-feathered film legend Woody Allen through cyberspace to the nearest tree for a public hanging. As is often the case with notorious lynch mobs, however, things are not always what they seem, and a careful examination of the facts calls for more restraint. Such is the case, I believe, with the lynch mob that would condemn Woody Allen.........Many of the Woody Allen critics have asked the question, “Why would Dylan lie after all these years? She has nothing to gain at this point.” This type of question completely misses the point."

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