On his blog Andy2000.org, former CL senior writer and current freelancer Andisheh Nouraee poses a rather pointed question to the Sunday Paper and its news editor, former CL staff writer Stephanie Ramage:
Ms. Ramage and Sunday Paper management owe the public a clear answer to a simple question: Did Ms. Ramage author a comment to John Sugg's column using the pseudonym Lazarus?
If so, Nouraee continues:
[S]he has used her position as an editor at Sunday Paper to launch anonymous personal attacks, [and] she's violating more professional rules and ethics than I can count.
The Lazarus comment, according to Nouraee, contains "several false and slanderous personal and professional allegations about my friend and former CL editor Ken Edelstein."
The column to which the comment was posted was written by yet another former Loafer, Sugg. His column in my estimation, anyway has its own conflict-rich history. (For yet another potential conflict-of-interest that I didn't address, check out the end of this Atlanta Magazine blog post.)
That brings the total number of former Loafers involved in this imbroglio to FOUR not counting Sunday Paper Publisher Patrick Best, who's hardly kept his nose out of the news.
Real Housewives, move over.
I hope whoever replaces him has as good a mustache as his.
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