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Progressive news outlet complains that Andy Ngo's coverage of violent crime harms violent suspects

Portland Protesters Say Their Lives Were Upended By The Posting of Their Mug Shots On A Conservative Twitter Account

Poor babies. Somebody should have told them that even in Portland, there is the POSSIBILITY that you may actually be held accountable and that there may be negative consequences for your actions. Anybody feel sorry for them? 03-lmfao

Quote:Portland paper Willamette Week provided a platform for Portland rioters charged with crimes who are upset that Andy Ngo posted public records profiling their alleged criminal activity.
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The author of the piece, Sophie Peel, acknowledged that The Post Millennial's editor-at-large reporting is perfectly legal as Ngo cites archived booking information from the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office.

Peel reached out to Ngo via email ahead of the article's publication for comment, noting that the news outlet is in contact with six individuals whose criminal information he posted to social media.

"I believe my duty as a journalist includes informing the public about individuals who are believed by criminal authorities to be sufficiently dangerous to the public that they meet the standard for arrest," Ngo wrote in an emailed response.

Ngo contended that he is taking on violent criminals that other journalists are afraid to confront.

"If you feel that transparency and public right to know should be outweighed by arrestee rights to privacy, this is a complaint for the Legislature, not for journalists reporting in compliance with state and federal law," he stated. "A better question would be, 'Why do some journalists feel compelled to hide the identities of suspected criminals from the public?' Another would be, 'Whose interests does the suppression of criminal arrest data serve?'"

One dumb@ss is a paralegal, who is now going to be fired, as his actions have negatively affected the law firm he worked for.

Poor baby. Play stupid games.........

https://thepostmillennial.com/progressiv...-criminals
09-16-2020 01:13 PM
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(09-16-2020 01:13 PM)MileHighBronco Wrote:  Progressive news outlet complains that Andy Ngo's coverage of violent crime harms violent suspects

Portland Protesters Say Their Lives Were Upended By The Posting of Their Mug Shots On A Conservative Twitter Account

Poor babies. Somebody should have told them that even in Portland, there is the POSSIBILITY that you may actually be held accountable and that there may be negative consequences for your actions. Anybody feel sorry for them? 03-lmfao

Quote:Portland paper Willamette Week provided a platform for Portland rioters charged with crimes who are upset that Andy Ngo posted public records profiling their alleged criminal activity.
.............
The author of the piece, Sophie Peel, acknowledged that The Post Millennial's editor-at-large reporting is perfectly legal as Ngo cites archived booking information from the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office.

Peel reached out to Ngo via email ahead of the article's publication for comment, noting that the news outlet is in contact with six individuals whose criminal information he posted to social media.

"I believe my duty as a journalist includes informing the public about individuals who are believed by criminal authorities to be sufficiently dangerous to the public that they meet the standard for arrest," Ngo wrote in an emailed response.

Ngo contended that he is taking on violent criminals that other journalists are afraid to confront.

"If you feel that transparency and public right to know should be outweighed by arrestee rights to privacy, this is a complaint for the Legislature, not for journalists reporting in compliance with state and federal law," he stated. "A better question would be, 'Why do some journalists feel compelled to hide the identities of suspected criminals from the public?' Another would be, 'Whose interests does the suppression of criminal arrest data serve?'"

One dumb@ss is a paralegal, who is now going to be fired, as his actions have negatively affected the law firm he worked for.

Poor baby. Play stupid games.........

https://thepostmillennial.com/progressiv...-criminals

They love it when they get people fired but it seems to be a problem when they're the ones getting fired. Why is that?

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09-16-2020 01:43 PM
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