Is it any wonder that professional news agencies are failing everywhere? But the award goes to the Cincinnati Enquirer: to publish someone's sobriety test on the Internet is a new low. The guy passed out at an intersection. If he's guilty of drunken driving, he should be punished as according to law. And no doubt, it's something that the paper will write about. But to use police videos for public humiliation is crass sensationalism, designed to make an arts leader look bad.
Then again, this is the city that arrested its modern art museum director.
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