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originally posted by: ThirdEyeofHorus
a reply to: Patriotsrevenge
maybe we should keep the illegals and deport the homegrown communist riffraff!!!!!!
Just kidding, but it's an idea.
originally posted by: Benevolent Heretic
Did ANYONE read the article???
They only posted his STREET, which had been posted many other places.
The story mentions only the name of the street where the couple have a house and that street has been widely reported on
Two New York Times Reporters Posted Darren Wilson’s Home Address. Look Here To See THEIR Home Addresses.
When the article drew scrutiny, the Times removed the image of Wilson and Spradling's marriage license and appended the following editor's note:
An earlier version of this post included a photograph that contained information that should not have been made public. The image has been removed.
That redaction led many readers to mistakenly believe that the Times had published Wilson's current residence address and then withdrawn that information due to public protest, but the address published by the paper in the since-edited article was for a law firm and not for the domicile in which Wilson is currently living.
The Times did mention that Wilson and his wife own a house in Crestwood and referenced the street name, but they did not publish the full address; moreover, that information was neither current nor revelatory in nature since (as noted in the same article) the Wilsons had vacated the house months earlier, and that same information had already been widely disseminated back in August 2014 in coverage of the Mike Brown case published major newspapers such as the Washington Post and the Boston Globe.