NJ Panthers' friend has requested anonymity, and NJ, like any good investigator, is respecting his friend's request. Yes, it would be easy to make up stories under anonymous sources and does appear to damage the credibility of the author, but it is journalistic integrity.
If anything, NJ's updates are awesome and a majority of us on this board look forward to them because they involve team issues that have been discussed ad nauseum, and many of the solutions presented by NJ's anonymous insider don't seem all that far off. And let's face it, NJ provides more insight in one of these posts than many off-season threads ever do in their entirety.
You are correct, Mr. TD, that you are entitled to not believe that anything NJ says is true, but also keep in mind that journalists and investigators use anonymous sources all the time and get the stories and investigations right.
You should never reveal your sources. Even if it is a cashier.
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Edited by MrTouchdown, 11 July 2011 - 02:20 PM.