Letter: Eagle conflict of interest on Berkshire Museum
To the editor:
Why is The Berkshire Eagle NOT denying that it has a conflict of interest in its coverage of the Berkshire Museum's New Vision?
Every article about the Berkshire Museum has been filled with errors and false facts. Certainly the front page of The Eagle has become its editorial page when it comes to reporting about the museum, its detractors and the "anonymous" offer to "help the museum resolve its financial woes."
In these days of bashing the media, I'm shocked that your paper, under its new ownership, is engaging in bashing-worthy behavior.
Dr. Lydia S Rosner,
The writer is a member of the Berkshire Museum's Board of Trustees. She is also a professor emeritus, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and author: "The Soviet Way of Crime," "The Russian Writer's Daughter," "Building Becket: A Love Story."
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