Twelve Hours After Crititicizing The Worcester PD Facebook Page For Not Posting Pictures Of Criminals They Post Pictures And Names Of Criminals
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Yesterday we wrote this blog about how the Worcester Police Facebook page seemed to be catering to the PC crowd by not sharing names and images of bad guys. Like this one about a psycho broad who stabbed a coworker at Wild Willy’s Burgers:
So basically there is a 19 year old snatchimal who is wandering the streets and she’s crazy enough to stab a bitch if she gets looked at the wrong way. Would be great to know who she is, or even better – give us a picture so we know who to look out for. We figured they did this because the ACLU and the rest of the rice-a-roni patrol would raise bloody hell about “shaming” poor and desperate people. And racism. Always racism.
Then today on the WPD Facebook page you saw what the Turtleboy effect looks like in action:
Yup, just like that we get a name – Lilibeth Melendez. When you name your kid Lilibeth, the last think you expect them to do is grow up and stab a chick at work. Maybe if you name them Brittany or Samantha. But not Lilibeth.
Then an hour later this was posted:
Yup, they did exactly what we suggested they do. Not once has the WPD done this in their thousands of posts. We put a blog up and – BAM – policy change. That shows you not only that Turtleboy is a positive force for good in this city, but that the WPD is adaptable, smart, and not stubborn. I mean, just look at this lugnut:
Has there ever been anyone more identifiable than that Jolly Fein Giant? Anyone know this guy? If so feel free to contact the cops. Love to see how long it takes for them to figure out if their new system works.
Much respect for the Worcester Police, as usual.
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