Even if they were just friends, that made it newsworthy, because it was about public malfeasance .
Reporters have long been the last bastion against tyranny, wrongdoing and malfeasance .
But this litigation is often the only means to protect society from medical malpractice or corporate malfeasance .
Unions and victims' groups have already accused the company of fraud, deceit and corporate malfeasance .
Its greatest concern has been unrest in rural areas brought on by official malfeasance and land disputes.
This would occur whenever the public is made aware of official malfeasance or incompetence.
It's still possible that this is just a cataclysmic bankruptcy for which a few malfeasant executives will pay a stiff price.
It is no longer the case that a malfeasant physician can escape her record by moving to another state.
How much gumption does it take to pillory the malfeasant editors, reporters, and publisher who turned to compost ages ago?
At the least he ought to have known or is malfeasant for not making it his business to know.