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In Dover: Now we play the waiting game

Yesterday marked the end of testimony for Kitzmiller vs. the Dover area school board, a six week trial in which parents had sued the a school board for trying to introduce intelligent design into science class. The York Daily Record, a local paper, covered the events admirably, and if you?ve been reading, this last week proved quite exciting. That is, of course, if you believe newspapers. ID defenders in this case tend not to. That?s why they called two freelancers, one from the Daily Record

Brendan Maher
Yesterday marked the end of testimony for Kitzmiller vs. the Dover area school board, a six week trial in which parents had sued the a school board for trying to introduce intelligent design into science class. The York Daily Record, a local paper, covered the events admirably, and if you?ve been reading, this last week proved quite exciting. That is, of course, if you believe newspapers. ID defenders in this case tend not to. That?s why they called two freelancers, one from the Daily Record, and the other from the York Dispatch, to testify as to the accuracy of their stories. Witnesses for the defense said that reporters Joe Maldonado and Heidi Bernhard-Bubb had conspired to inaccurately state that board members used the word creationism and to characterize board member Bill Buckingham as a zealot. Though the word ?creationism? is only used in paraphrased quotes, both freelancers said...

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