Good going, NYT, good going

The New York Times unmasked a group of freedom fighters in Honduras who dared to take on the much-feared MS-13 gang. The U.S. publication printed their names, published photographs of their faces, families, and homes — allegedly without permission — thus putting a target on the members of the self-defense group.

In outrage, an author in Honduras called out the New York Times in a column for the local publication Contra Corriente for exposing the community to the wrath of the brutal gang. Rather than simply tell their story, the foreign journalists from Times turned the freedom fighters into easy targets by outing their identities and printing photographs of the group and their loved ones as well as marking the location of their homes.

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19 Responses to Good going, NYT, good going

  1. De Oppresso Liber says:

    Just as good as Gannett publishing and putting online all the Names and Addresses of registered Gun Owners in New York.

  2. Kimberwarrior45 says:

    Actually, since MS13 is known for drug and illegal alien smuggling I think the paper ( in future to be referred to as the rag) believed that this resistance would cause problems for their overall plans to destroy America..I remember when some reports address were published and they went and hired private armed security for personal protection and decried the release of their information.

  3. Tends to prove my theory, that The New York Times is an satrap of Hell, is ruled by the Devil and hence MUST commit an least one act of pure evil each day.

    Published on May 4, yep! On Sunday no less.

  4. Allen says:

    The times has been nothing but assholes forever.

  5. Nemo says:

    What, like that wasn’t the plan all along in writing the story? Hopefully there’s a special place in hell for all these “journalists”.

    • FaCubeItches says:

      More hopefully, some of the folks named in the article decide to award them the coveted Jake Lingle Prize for Journalistic Integrity

  6. Unclezip says:

    Nancy Palsi’s homies will have a field day. This kind of tactic will eventually find it’s way into main stream, and then we’re gonna have to go medieval on their asses.

  7. the other other Andrew says:

    And yet they, the newsie little shit journalists, bitch, pitch a fit and sue everyone and their dogs if personal information on them and their families.

    I’ve seen privileged information on witnesses get published, and soon after said witnesses recant, clam up or disappear, all due to ‘journalists.’

    Fuck them.

    Never talk to a member of the press. Never ever ever. They will distort what you say and make you, no matter how smart and right you are, seem like the dumbest perverted idiot possible.

    Fuck them all.

    Right now I wouldn’t even trust the people at OAN.

    • crazyeighter says:

      No law anywhere says I have to say anything to the sorry fuckers, but I will give them two words: “Fuck” and “Off”.

      As regards OAN, I’d trust Emily Miller, but I would still put a guard on my tongue.

  8. Rob says:

    That had to be on purpose, how could you not see what you were doing?

  9. bogsidebunny says:

    Not to worry. Mother Nature will take care of things when the day-of-reckoning arrives.

  10. Marshall says:

    Is turnabout fair play? What if the names, addresses and pictures of the NYT “journolists” and their families where to get published so MS13 can thank them properly?

    • A Texan says:

      Turnabout would be to shoot the journalists if so much as one person whose name and address were published dies violently.

      MS-13 likes these people, they just Id’d their enemies.

  11. Steven Wright says:

    Hmmmm, I wonder how many dead “journalists” it will take?

  12. Dan says:

    This was no accident and they KNEW the dangers involved but printed the data anyway.

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