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'Simply astonishing': Bloomberg Law somehow found a way to make its garbage treatment of Leif Olson EVEN WORSE

And just when you thought the controversy over that garbage article in Bloomberg Law couldn’t get any worse, it got worse.

The Washington Post’s Erik Wemple got ahold of an internal memo where a Bloomberg Law editor told staffers to not share their article about Leif Olson getting his job back. When have you heard of a media company wanting fewer people to read an article?

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Here’s the text of the email:

Did Bloomberg Law think this wouldn’t leak?

And now there will be even more questions for these editors:

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Inquiring minds want to know:

Raise your hand if you knew this before the garbage piece:

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