You're a reporter. You've been approached by a source who confides in you his concerns about attacks on his nascent political campaign he sees as anti-Semitic. Then suddenly, that source dies.
Now what do you do with that information?
St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial page editor Tony Messenger wrote in a column Thursday that he decided to share his off-the-record conversations with Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich, who authorities said appeared to have committed suicide earlier in the day.
Messenger revealed in the column that Schweich had left him a voicemail minutes before his death.
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