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Monday, January 02, 2012

Happy New Year, Detroit-Style: Club Manager was Killed, Trying to Break Up a Fight; FREEP Writer Knows Facts, but Refuses to Report Them

By Nicholas Stix

Reader-researcher RC, who sent along this “story,” emphasizes its character as an example of journalistic minimalism or, simply, non-journalism:

No name of club.

No name of perps.

Nada.


Detroit club manager shot trying to break up early morning fight
5:56 PM, Jan. 1, 2012 |
6 Comments
By Elisha Anderson [N.S.: Remember that name!]
Detroit Free Press Staff Writer

The manager of a Detroit club was killed early this morning when police say he was shot trying to break up a fight.

It happened around 1:30 a.m. inside the club located on the 12400 block of Conant on the city’s east side.

When the manager, 39, tried to stop a fight, a person pulled out a gun and shot him and two others, police said. The manager died and the other men, ages 19 and 26, were treated for their injuries and released.

Police have not made any arrests in the case.
 

[Echoing RC, I left the following comment at the Detroit Free Press’ Web site at 3:54 a.m.:

Where’s the story? The alleged reporter, Elisha Anderson—remember that name!—clearly knows a lot of details, you know, the kind that make up a news story: Who? What? Where? When? How? Why? Anderson gave us when and how, but not who, what, where, or why. What club? What 39, 19, and 26-year-old victims? What shooter? What was the fight about, and whom did it involve?

To Anderson: If you are a conscientious objector against reporting, then don’t impersonate a reporter. Remember, you weren’t drafted for the job; you volunteered.]

1 comment:

Nicawawa said...

"To Anderson: If you are a conscientious objector against reporting, then don’t impersonate a reporter. Remember, you weren’t drafted for the job; you volunteered."

LOL!

Give em hell Nicholas!

Of all the players in this issue, none is so despicable, as the Corrupt Liberal Media, with the possible exception of the murderous black thugs in question.

Even then. It is a toss up!

"Liberalism" has killed journalism!