Bradley Manning, the US army private accused of leaking thousands of classified documents, has been found guilty of espionage but not guilty of aiding the enemy.
Imposing presence or not, the reason Bill O'Reilly is now threatening reporters and shouting insults at critics and engaging in ad hominem attacks against those questioning his reporting history is that enough people behind the scenes played his enablers. Maybe it was upper-management forcing his immediate staff to treat him with kid gloves or maybe those who were able to talk tough to him simply accepted the idea that his quick temper and fits of insane rage were just Bill being Bill. Either way, he never should've been allowed to be a one-man wrecking ball throughout a good portion of his career.
At least NPR's memo addressed the new technology of the internet with a little excitement, as opposed to Bryant Gumbel over at the Today show, who, in January of 1994, reacted to the concept of an e-mail address the way the cavemen reacted to the Monolith in 2001 (just with more insufferable smugness).