Facebook Unpublished The Turtleboy Sports Fallout Shelter Hours After Our Blog Exposing DA Joe Early’s Public Text Messages About State Police Coverup
Last night we published this blog about District Attorney Joe Early’s office and the text messages they were sending each other after we published our story about the coverup of Alli Bibaud’s arrest report. We shared it on our remaining FB pages. Then this morning we were alerted that the Turtleboy Sports Safe Space page had been unpublished for not following Facebook’s Page Terms:
They did not tell us what post was reported, or what was wrong with the post. We hit the appeal button, which did not let us explain ourselves. But we can still see this page as admins. All of them let us like or comment on a post, except for this one:
This is what we get for reporting the news and this massive coverup by the District Attorney and higher ups in the Mass State Police.
We’ll just add it to our lawsuit.
So we created a new page, and we DARE them to take this one down:
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