Sounds cynical to me. Then again, it is, to me, true.Unfortunately, media has moved into an age where there no longer is true investigative reporting. In fact, it is almost impossible to discern any "facts" about anything from media coverage. The best one can do is understand the nuts and bolts of a field or subject, and try to figure out situations and issues on one's own from data derived from any number of sources, including one's own known social media contacts. From this WSJ article, I can't figure out much of anything of "truth" - what it reports is that a certain legal system gear grinding has gone into play, with all the predictable players in the system looking to make their money and their fame from a documentable, real social/societal problem. Like it or not, our judicial system simply cannot and does not create justice in so many areas, anymore - rather it churns out predictable "solutions" so problems "get solved" - in other words, "something" happens that is called "justice" and the world moves on. I apologize if this sounds overly cynical, but growing up as a trial lawyer's daughter, and then becoming a lawyer myself, I have seen both law, the courts and media coverage morph over 50 years from something sensible into something undefinable.