Editorial of The New York Sun | May 16, 2019
When Conrad Black stood before a federal judge in Chicago to hear his final prison sentence, all that was left of the fraud case against him was a single count. He was given a chance to make a statement. "I never ask for mercy," he told the judge, "but I do ask for avoidance of injustice." It was a sad thing for our country and for newspaperdom, we wrote at the time, that his request was denied.
by Conrad Black
May 15, 2019
By CONRAD BLACK, Special to the Sun | May 16, 2019