An open letter to attorney Chris Grenz, Kansas City, from journalist Claire M. O’Brien

Justice for Claire O’Brien!

Eléctrica in the Desert

Dear Mr. Grenz,

I was shocked to discover the Kansas Law Review publication of your school paper on Dodge City’s 2010 First Amendment case. I write to document the fact that you never provided me with a copy of that paper, as promised. Because of the emphasis with which you described it as a “class project”, I have assumed that the closest it got to the public eye was, perhaps, your law school’s library. Submitting it without my knowledge to the KLR after denying me any opportunity to read the original paper is an extreme discourtesy, and academically unethical.

In your case, it’s also legally unethical. In fact, given the larger context, it’s defamatory because of the deliberate omission of facts that established my truthfulness. Whomever acted with even the tacit understanding that this paper would eventually serve as an authoritative reference obscuring Lucy Dalglish’s criminal professional misconduct has met…

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