NYT DEFENDS Its Decision To Publish Name Of Darren Wilson’s Home Street

Photo Credit: Adam Jeffery

Photo Credit: Adam Jeffery

The New York Times continues to employ the reporters that published the name of police officer Darren Wilson’s residential street as it refuses to apologize for putting Wilson’s life in danger.

Times reporters Julie Bosman and Campbell Robertson continue to work for the newspaper after publishing Wilson’s suburban Missouri street last week in the midst of controversy surrounding the officer’s exoneration in the Michael Brown shooting case.

Under pressure to pull the dangerous content, the Times removed from the reporters’ article a copy of Wilson’s marriage license containing personal information, but left in the street where Wilson owns a home alongside numerous other private citizens that could now be in danger of violence.

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