Tuesday, November 26, 2013


Lane Jensen appears in court the victim of political persecution and injustice
Everybody knows that Lane Jensen was seemingly everywhere on the Trimet system, on buses and trains, at board meetings reporting live from every single place he was at that moment. And he was not hidden in the shadows, he was out in the open, he created a fire storm wherever he appeared. 

This is called WATCH-DOGGING and its defined:

The term watchdog journalism is strongly related to the practice of investigative journalism. A watchdog is defined as "a person or group of persons that acts as a protector or guardian against inefficiency, illegal practices, etc." by the Collins English Dictionary.[1] In news journalism, a watchdog journalist also fulfills this function of being a guardian. To perform in an investigative manner, the journalist is in the "role" of a watchdog.[2] Watchdog journalism cannot be defined by the amount of investigation alone, however, but is used in many different contexts. It also is stated "contingent on the existing social, political, and economic conditions and a reflection as much of the historical moment as it is of pre‐existing structures and media cultures".[3] Watchdog journalism can be located in a variety of news media, such as radio, television, Internet, and print media where it may be seen as "a unique strength of newspapers",[4] and additional new media and concepts such as weblogs and citizen journalism. Watchdog journalists also are called "watchmen",[5] "agents of social control", or "moral guardians".[6]


1 comment:

Al M said...

And those of us familiar with the American system of justice know that justice has nothing to do with the way things turn out in these political prosecutions. Especially in today's culture of government intolerance to dissent