Ocala Post appears to be one of the few media outlets not infested with SJWs attempting to conceal black criminality:
Ocala Post recently received several e-mails and Facebook messages from individuals complaining about the names and photos of juvenile criminals, drug dealers, and a recently arrested business owner, being used in some of Ocala Post’s recent articles.
One Facebook message called an article slander, defamation of character, and made mention that it was causing “pain and suffering.” An e-mail also asked; “WYA?” Which is street slang for “where you at.” A common phrase used by criminals and wannabe gangsters when they intend to inflict harm upon another person.
Oddly enough, one e-mail even accused an Ocala Post article of fueling an arrestee’s drug addiction.
Some of the threats have included lawsuits, burning Ocala Post to the ground, and, in so many words, the loss of life.
This is not the first time Ocala Post has dealt with these types of issues.
RESPONSE FROM THE EDITOR:
It is not only absurd, but also very unlikely that Ocala Post contributed to an individual’s drug addiction.
In order for an article to be considered slander or defamation of character, the contents of the article would need to be false.
Ocala Post will stop printing names in articles, and stop using photos, when criminals stop breaking the law. As long as Freedom of the Press is protected by the United States Constitution, and Florida allows the press access to public records, Ocala Post will continue to print the names and photos of criminals in all articles. Ocala Post staff are instructed not to leave out any details from official reports, unlike other media outlets. And Ocala Post always strives for accuracy.
Marion County residents have an absolute right to know who is living next door.
We’ve now reached a state where the media is more concerned about hiding news than reporting it. If they’re not going to report the identities of the newsmakers, why report the news in the first place? Why not simply announce daily that neither crime nor homosexuality exist in the Glorious Democratic Republic, which has always been at war with Eastasia?
I particularly enjoyed this brutal rhetorical beatdown: “If you do not wish to have your child’s name or photo published on Ocala
Post, perhaps you as the parent should be more aware of your child’s
behavioral problems and know their whereabouts at 2 a.m.”