Chauncey Bailey Project

Press Coverage

“Justice written in ink” from Cleveland Plain Dealer (June 18, 2011)
“Reporters type ‘justice served’ as epitaph in journalist killing”
from the Arizona Republic (June 12, 2011)
“Jury reaches verdict in Calif. Journalist’s murder” from NPR (June 10, 2011)
Justice for slain journalist” from CBS Evening News (May 5, 2009)
“Indictment in Chauncey Bailey case” from KQED Forum. (May 1, 2009)
In Oakland, progress in Bailey murder prosecution” from Committee to Protect Journalists (April 22, 2009)
Additional murder charges expected in killing of Oakland journalist Chauncey Bailey” from Democracy Now! (April 17, 2009)
Articles on Editor’s Killing Made a Difference” from the New York Times. (Feb. 22, 2009)
National Public Radio‘s Tony Cox checks in with independent journalist Bob Butler for the latest information surrounding the Bailey murder. (Aug. 4, 2008)
The American Journalism Review describes The Chauncey Bailey Project as the biggest journalistic show of force since 1976, when reporter Don Bolles’ car was blown up by a bomb while he was investigating organized crime in Phoenix. (Aug. 3, 2008)
KGO Radio host Gene Burns discusses the ongoing investigation into the killing of
Chauncey Bailey with project reporter Thomas Peele. (Aug. 1, 2008)
Executive Editor Robert J. Rosenthal, independent journalist Bob Butler and Oakland Tribune Editor Martin Reynolds discuss the latest news of the Chauncey Bailey Project on the Ronn Owens Program on KGO-AM 810. The three talk about the secret police video recently released by the project and about the project’s significance to journalism and to Oakland with Gill Gross, longtime news host standing in for the vacationing Owens. (July 9, 2008)
Michael Krasny hosts a discussion on KQED with journalists from the Chauncey Bailey Project about their most recent investigation into Bailey’s murder. A secret police videotape obtained by the Project implicates Yusuf Bey IV in the killing and raises questions about Oakland Police Department’s interrogation process. Guests include Robert J. Rosenthal, executive editor of the Chauncey Bailey Project and Thomas Peele, investigative reporter with the Chauncey Bailey Project and the Bay Area News Group. (June 19, 2008)
Journalists press on for slain colleague: The Bailey Project furthers the work of an Oakland reporter who was investigating a bakery at the time of his death, writes Tim Reiterman for the Los Angeles Times. (April 6, 2008)

Project renews pledge to keep slain journalist’s story alive. Journalists walk in the shoes of the legendary Arizona Project, writes James Grimaldi, president of Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc., in the IRE Journal. (Jan. 1, 2008)
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