knocking on doors, obtaining records, clandestine meetings, tapping sources — and is the structure that holds up this book and is what earned The New York Times’ Twohey and Kantor the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in Public Service.“She Said” centers mostly around the Weinstein story and the accusations of sexual harassment and abuse by A-list actors like Ashley Judd and Gwyneth Paltrow, as well as those working for Weinstein at Miramax and the Weinstein Co. There are also pages dedicated to Donald J. Trump and Brett Kavanaugh and the accusations against them.Because of the investigative reporters’ work, Weinstein was arrested and is now free on $1 million bail, pleading not guilty to charges of rape and sexual assault. He has denied all charges of non-consensual sex. A trial is scheduled for January.The number of lawyers mentioned in the book brought in to cover up, smear or throw off reporters is also impressive. Emails are included and they are incendiary, like the one from Weinstein’s brother, Bob, confronting Harvey and urging him to get help. “You have hurt many people with this behavior as well. You have picked on people and used your power over them. You have brought shame to the… Read full this story
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