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AP President and CEO Tom Curley said during a panel discussion in Washington that Edward Kennedy's reporting on the Germans ...
surrender in World War II was "absolutely the right thing to do and beyond reproach." (May 9)
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[SOT/](Tom Curley/Associated Press CEO)("I was fascinated to try to figure out what management knew, who was involved, and how it played out. And the story turned out to be chilling at every turn. We created a timeline, and went back to the facts with correspondents, hour by hour, day by day and we constructed a case. At no point was Ed Kennedy ever treated well. And it was a great tragedy.He was AP's lead reporter. He was the frontline bureau chief who managed the correspondent across the front as the story moved from N. Africa, Italy and finally into Paris. He was the chosen person to go witness the signing.And there had been false reports of the German surrender a day earlier. When the word came in and he got through on the phone with London the desk held the story for 8 minutes, clearly talked it over. They put his byline on it because his byline added credibility and in effect that this time the story's true. The war is over. And so it was a compelling story in every aspect of this and it certainly was compelling to look at this from a management stand point and to go back through the lessons that could've been learned and should've been learned, and it seemed to me there was only one way to go. Mistakes were made. Bad mistakes were made, but if you don't learn from them that's the greatest mistake of all. So, it was time to get this out, put it on the table and move forward. ")