Fox News correspondent James Rosen and former CBS correspondent Kimberly Dozier are just two of the journalists who have found themselves involved in scandals out of Washington this month. Now a veteran St. Louis anchor is exploring legal action after he was fired for questioning his involvement in one of the scandals.
As TVSpy has been reporting, Larry Conners was fired from KMOV in St. Louis after he wrote a lengthy Facebook post exploring whether he was targeted by the IRS after a contentious interview with President Obama. He admitted the following day that his issues with the IRS pre-dated the interview. KMOV suspended and ultimately fired him, saying his claims gave “an appearance of bias that is inconsistent with important journalistic standards.”
This week, Conners’ attorney sent a letter to the station’s general manager to inform him of possible legal action. Read it at TVSpy.