Journalists NOT incapable of going the "extra mile" for background research
Well, Peregrinus, this just goes to prove that when they want to, they can. Hugh Bronstein went all the way to Argentina to get an interview with Bishop Williamson.
We entered the griounds, knocked on a door and were greeted by a bespectacled young priest who politely took my press card and said he would tell Williamson we were there.A pity that someone didn't put that sort of investigative journalism into play a lot sooner and a lot closer to home.
It looked like we were to be the first to interview the man at the center of a scandal that has included condemnation by the German government.
But the priest soon came back out looking a bit shaken, saying that Williamson “absolutely” would not talk. “And when he says no, he means it,” he said.