Last night, Gawker compared Nik Deogun of the Wall Street Journal to Quisling, the politician who did Nazi Germany's bidding during the occupation of Norway. Unkind. But the Murdoch favorite should at least pretend to be in mourning for his dear colleague, managing editor Marcus Brauchli-and the ancient freedoms of the business newspaper trampled by News Corporation's jackboots. One former colleague of Deogun, the Calcutta-bred manager of the Journal's Money & Investing section, writes in: "Never have truer words been written than your post on Nik Deogun. Friends of mine still there said he was swanning around the newsroom the morning of the Marcus news with a big smile on his face."