Wayne Thomas Satz
Wayne Thomas Satz (January 10, 1945 – December 24, 1992) was a reporter who first reported on the McMartin preschool trial. His first McMartin broadcast aired on KABC-TV in Los Angeles on February 2, 1984.
Satz presented an unchallenged view of the children's and parents' claims. During the case, Satz became personally involved when he entered into a romantic relationship with Kee MacFarlane, the social worker at the Children's Institute International, who was interviewing the children. Satz did not reveal the relationship, and continued reporting the unchallenged claims.
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- "TV Reporter Satz died of Heart Attack, Autopsy Finds". Los Angeles Times. 1993-03-06. Retrieved 2013-03-17.
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