Journalist Jonathan Kaiman is one of the least famous, least powerful men to be brought down by the #MeToo movement. A year later, the fallout continues.
Emily YoffeMy @reason story looks at the aftermath of a little known #MeToo case. When we endlessly expand the categories of victim and perpetrator anyone, regardless of innocence, can be targeted and found worthy of destruction.
Emily YoffeThe fiercest critic of the piece is one of Kaiman’s accusers, @FeliciaSonmez. @reason has appended Sonmez’s critique to the end of the story so that readers can read and judge for themselves
Emily YoffeLast week @reason published my story about journalist Jon Kaiman after he was publicly accused by two women, both former friends, of behaving badly during separate sexual encounters, 4 years apart. His career is now over and he has been suicidal
U.S. immigration officials raided several Mississippi food processing plants on Wednesday, part of a large-scale operation carried out by President Donald Trump's administration that targeted both corporations and their largely Latino employees.
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