Clint Eastwood's Richard Jewell Movie Under Fire for Journalist Sex Trade Implications

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Clint Eastwood's Richard Jewell Movie Under Fire for Journalist Sex Trade Implications
Richard Jewell is being criticized for implying that a female journalist traded sex for information. Journalist Kathy Scruggs is played by Olivia Wilde in Clint Eastwood's latest biopic. Scruggs is The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter who originally broke the news that Richard Jewell was the main suspect in the Centennial Olympic Park bombing on July 27th, 1996. The movie premiered last night and has raised a few questions in regard to how exactly Scruggs was able to get Jewell's name from the FBI over 23 years ago.

In Richard Jewell there is a scene in which Olivia Wilde's Kathy Scruggs offers to sleep with FBI agent Tom Shaw, who is played by Jon Hamm, in exchange for information about the Centennial Olympic Park Bombing. While no sex is shown on the big screen, it is implied that the two had sex. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's current editor-in-chief Kevin Riley says there is no
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