Saturday, April 09, 2005

New York Times Fires Reporter for Telling on Cheating Staff

Fired Reporter Denies Telling Colleagues' Wives About Alleged Affairs

By Howard Kurtz
Washington Post Staff Writer
Saturday, April 9, 2005; Page C01

The New York Times is not always the most collegial place to work, but this story sets a new standard -- if the allegations are true, which remains in dispute.

The Times has fired Susan Sachs, its former Baghdad bureau chief. According to Times sources who insisted on anonymity because personnel matters are involved, the paper's management accused Sachs of writing to the wives of two other Times foreign correspondents, to say that their husbands were having affairs.


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