Furst Draft: MPR needs to provide more details on Keillor case |

Good for MPR News reporters refusing to play along with the off-the-record meeting with staff.

"MPR News reporters refused to attend the meeting because its contents had been declared off the record, but they compiled a report based on interviews with colleagues who did."

And regarding the case against Keillor, MPR is obligated at some point -- like, yesterday -- to provide more details. Everyone involved, including MPR members and Keillor himself, deserves to have a more public accounting of the allegations that apparently have destroyed his reputation. Keillor may have grossly minimized what the allegations are about; we deserve to know that, too, but it's not enough to say there were "multiple allegations" over a long period of time. What are they?