Why Josar is leaving the Detroit News to become a foreign service officer

Detroit Free Press
“I’m a very beaten man. Not journalistically,” says David Josar. “The reason we decided to leave, during the whole Kilpatrick thing, that was like, brutal. … I really believed in the city. You know, I got a house off the demolition list; it was abandoned for 15 years, and fixed it up. … The thing about the Kilpatrick thing that just got me was that there were so many defenders of him. And to this day, they’re still that way.”

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