Did you really think that Williams, a veteran news anchor, was going to live peacefully after agreeing to conduct an interview with a government spy that many hated? Maybe there isn't a connection to the reporter's recent scandals, but then again maybe there is. Who did Williams make angry?
Less than a year later after the Snowden interview, it appears that this NBC employee's personal issues with lies and exaggerations are being exposed to draw attention away from something else, but what? Also consider this, those A-listers in media, who have a long record like Williams does, aren't permitted to do or say anything without someone approving facts and lies. For decades someone or a group worked with the reporter and was aware of what he had been saying, so why is old news new news these days? On a side note, NBC's name has been long connected with one infamous comedian/actor/producer, Bill Cosby, who at one time wanted to buy the network. Rather than going after the little people, it would make better sense to protect the brand. Could there be a systematic plan to destroy NBC by targeting its affiliates first? Stay tuned.