By Nicholas Stix
Instead of suing Motel 6, they should have paid double their room prices, out of gratitude. They devoted their careers to encouraging violent, racist black criminals, and Motel 6 let them see the fruits of their labors up close.
Wait a minute. There was “an exchange of gunfire”? That means that both sides were shooting. How many times did these two demand gun confiscation, and demonize law-abiding white gun owners during their careers at CNN? But it turns out they were packing, and tried to kill their attackers? Now, I remember: Gun control is for “the little people.” Note too that their “anti-racist” academic friends are always vilifying the notion that one has a right to be safe as an expression of “white privilege.”
I guess things were a little tight in the DeCaro-Russel household. One of the perks of being a media operative, is that your friends will always help you shake down companies.
Reader Anony-mouse quipped,
It's a Motel 6!!
Responded The Kenyan,
"We'll leave the light on for ya."
Ex-CNN couple sue Motel 6 after shooting in Albuquerque
By Associated Press
October 16, 2015, 12:46 p.m.
Updated: October 16, 2015, 12:58 p.m.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A pair of former CNN journalists are suing Motel 6 after a man tried to rob the couple at gunpoint and the encounter led to an exchange of gunfire that wounded one of the former reporters.
Chuck DeCaro, a former reporter, and Lynne Russel, a former anchor, say the chain does not do enough to ensure the safety of its customers. Their complaint was filed Tuesday in New Mexico Second District Court in Albuquerque.
KRQE News 13 was first to report the lawsuit late Thursday.
The couple’s attorney Randi McGinn said Friday that the Motel 6 in Albuquerque where the couple stayed in June is a haven for crime, and unmonitored security cameras give travelers a false sense of security.
Motel 6 did not immediately return calls for comment.