Mayor Koch writes the Forward, weighing in on Mel Gibson's lame attempt at an apology:
Mel Gibson deserves a similarly unequivocal response from the public, and from his Hollywood colleagues. Gibson's public apology is welcome, but it's far from sufficient. A foxhole conversion-type apology, issued in the hope of retaining one's job or public status, can't be taken as meaningful evidence of a sincere change of heart. That kind of change does not happen overnight.
You can read the piece in its entirety here.