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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Larry Hackett
The Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes divorce is an old-fashioned Hollywood split between star and starlet with dramatic issues of religion, money and child custody thrown in, all of which make it a boon to the ever-churning celebrity news industrial complex.
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes have reached an agreement in their divorce case, according to her attorney.
"It's not entirely certain that it's all about Rapunzel fleeing the castle, which is the motif that people love to use," said Larry Hackett, managing editor of People magazine, which broke the news of Miss Holmes' divorce filing.
"The danger in this kind of story is the same danger there was back when this whole thing first started," Hackett says. "It's the speculation about the church and all that kind of stuff, and there's a lot of information certainly seems plausible. But like any other story, you've got to run it down and see if it's there."