Looks like we need to correct our correction on the Bradley Bryne story in the Opelika-Auburn News.
Joe McAdory, editor of the O-A News, now confirms that a version of the story did disappear from the paper's Web site for a while. Here is McAdory's explanation:
I have since learned the fate of the story that "disappeared" from our Web site. There was a temporary story in place there until the complete story -- the one that remained on the Web site since it was finished -- was ready. The first story was written in the afternoon to get something on the Web ASAP. It was nothing more than a plug until Amy Weaver's complete story was ready to go that night. That said, you were right all along. There was a story that disappeared, but it was intended for that purpose all along. It's been fun tracing this whole matter. I will now return to the opinion page and leave the investigative work to intrepid bloggers.
PS -- Still love that schnauzer logo
By the way, I told Mr. McAdory that I would be more than happy to make myself available to him or one of his reporters for a story about judicial corruption in Alabama. Have no indication that he is going to take me up on that offer. Will keep you posted.
If you would like to encourage Mr. McAdory to devote attention to the corruption I've witnessed from Republican judges in Alabama, his e-mail address is email@example.com.