From our Two Different Worlds desk
Another 7-10 split in the local dailies today, this time over the relationship between UMass/Dartmouth and suspected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Start with Rachelle Cohen’s op-ed in the Boston Herald:
Secrecy on detained students is suspect
UMass/Dartmouth officials continue to stonewall on the issue of releasing information on the records of four students now in custody in connection with the Boston Marathon bombing.
The taxpayers, whose hard-earned dollars keep the place in business, should be outraged.
“We are prohibited from releasing such records by [the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act],” insisted school spokesman John Hoey. “Our interpretation of the law indicates that that information is confidential.”
Note that little “our interpretation” caveat.
Not buying it, eh, Shelly? . . .
Read the rest at It’s Good to Live in a Two-Daily Town.