Monday, December 1, 2014

Julie Bosman,Campbell Robertson,and Darren Wilson


  1. New York Times reporters Julie Bosman and Campbell Robertson published the address of Darren Wilson in the New York Times so here are their addresses. strenuously objects to publishing the addresses of individuals who are being targeted with death threats. published the address of Ebola patient Nina Pham so that people could avoid going to her Dallas apartment.

    But it would also be wrong to publish the addresses of journalists without their consent.
    Of course, they go on to publish her address prominently on their page. We don't understand what all the hubbub is about - she and her paper support the rioters and anarchists in Ferguson. Same team and all that. Now of course, she feels threatened:
    The New York Times journalist who published Darren Wilson’s home address wants police protection and has been calling the police nonstop, has learned.

    Julie Bosman “keeps calling the 020th District station complaining about people harassing and threatening her,” our source told us. She’s also “complaining about numerous food deliveries being sent to her residence.”
    Shouldn't she be calling 9-1-1 instead of the 020 Desk? We mean, she isn't special or anything, right? Just a reporter and all that? Police are just citizens - nothing special about a cop either. Absent an actual physical threat, 3-1-1 should be good enough, correct?

    Now word comes in via e-mail that she's looking for a "bodyguard" to save her from all those unwanted pizza and Chinese food deliveries. We would certainly hope that no one on the job would volunteer for this. The irony of this entire situation seems to escape the libs - fuck the police until you need the police.

    Thinking about this, it might be a perfect opportunity to explore the ease and simplicity of getting a gun to protect yourself in Rahm's Chicago. Then we can stop all these pesky murders once and for all committed by legal, law-abiding gun owners.

    UPDATE: And the "journalist" has a police record:
    The New York Times reporter who published Darren Wilson’s address and has been covering Michael Brown has a shoplifting record, has learned.

    Julie Bosman and her co-author famously published Darren Wilson’s address in the New York Times page.

    The apparent conflict of interest wasn’t disclosed to the New York Times, a source with knowledge in the inside of the Times has told
    Why, you might ask, is a shoplifting arrest from when she was 17 relevant? Who knows....who cares? Officer Wilson's home address wasn't relevant either except to direct criminals to his residence. She failed to disclose a previous bias against the police and then "reported" on an event that affected the police. Sauce, goose, gander.

  2. Copied from Second City Cop blog

  3. Time to Burn, Loot and Destroy....I mean First Amendment Protest

  4. i know..i had my twitter account suspended for mentioning this article i found on another media source. so be it. if they don't want attention then please leave others alone., they did this so the thugs could actually do harm to the Wilson family.