Daniel Pearl’s Father Laments ‘Moral Equivalence’ of ‘A Mighty Heart’

Angelina Jolie and Dan Futerman

The father of slain Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl is criticizing “A Mighty Heart,” the new movie about his son’s abduction, suggesting that it falls into the trap of “moral equivalence.” In an article for The New Republic Online, Judea Pearl writes:

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