The Providence Journal and several other media outlets reported today that the Boston Cop who had his gun stolen by two Providence hookers during a $2,500 orgy in February, was fired. They named names:
A Boston police officer was fired last month, several weeks after being placed on administrative leave in connection with an incident that involved two exotic dancers and a stolen gun. Emanuel Brandao was terminated effective March 28, officials with the Boston Police Department confirmed Monday. He had been placed on leave in early February, after his department-issued .40-caliber Glock model 22 was reported stolen from a vehicle outside a Hampton Inn in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Brandao was off duty when he spent the evening with two exotic dancers, identified in a police report as Melissa Dancier and Neish Rivera. He loaned one of the women his car keys so they could retrieve a phone charger from the vehicle, but a few minutes later, they both left and he discovered the car’s glove box was open and the gun was gone. Dancier and Rivera were both arrested several hours later and the gun was recovered. At the time, Brandao’s name was redacted from the police report.
Of course if you read Turtleboy Sports then you already knew that months ago because we were the ONLY media outlet that wasn’t afraid to put it out there. While everyone else waits for the police to issue press releases, we go out and find the real stories.
Part of me feels bad for the guy because he’s such a moron. He served his country and got this great job with a great pension working for the Boston Police, and it’s all gone now. But at the same time, we need to hold police accountable when they do bad things, or else it’s hard to stand up for them when black lives matter activists come after them with the usual bullshit. And if you’re somewhat new to the job and you’re looking for hookers to bang in Providence, and you’re stupid enough to give one of those hookers the keys to your car when you know your gun is in there, then you have no business being a cop. This was career Darwinism in action, and we have these two skags to thank for it:
The real crime here was that he was willing to pay $2,500 to dip his tickle stick in both of them. Just rub one out and cry yourself to sleep like everyone else.
Tons of people on the Providence Journal Facebook page were looking for the picture of the ex-cop after they posted the story and the only images they saw were the hookers.
So in order to inform the public and answer their questions it seemed like the right thing to do to post links to the blog showing the cop’s picture. Yet whoever the hack is that runs the ProJo’s Facebook page kept deleting the links!
There’s no photo you have legal access to? Cool. Because you’re not the one posting it – we are. Do they really not get that distinction? We know you’re a Gatehouse media subsidiary and we know that makes you pretty useless when it comes to reporting real news, so we got you covered. Also, the idea that you can’t use a Facebook image in a MSM publication is just a boldfaced lie.
The bigger issue here is that an alleged NEWS outlet is trying to prevent the public from accessing news. They’re not publishing anything by allowing us to comment, and they’re not liable for anything third party users post on there, thanks to CDA Section 230. So what they’re doing by deleting our posts is intentionally making sure the public does not have access to information. This is what “real news” does.
If there’s one thing I can’t stand it’s dumbasses who don’t use logic. And logic tells you that blocking a Turtleboy account (which they ended up doing) is only going to lead to more blowback. I immediately posted about it and the next thing you know they were flooded:
Censorship. Never. Works. This is G. Wayne Miller – the guy who runs their page.
Welcome to the Internet G. Wayne. The more you try to silence people the more they want to talk. Remember this the next time the Providence Journal complains about Trump cracking down on the press. Not only are they fake news, they also go out of their way to make sure you don’t get access to real news.
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