We at Legally Armed America are never in favor of violence of any kind unless it’s in defense of one’s self or family. That’s why we were appalled when two New York Times reporters, Julie Bosman and Campbell Robertson, published the home address of Officer Darren Wilson in the New York Times. We’re not sure how the New York Times could benefit from doing this. Were they encouraging the criminals and hoodlums in Fergusen, MO to go to the officer’s house and harm him? Were they unaware that there were already death threats against Wilson?
Keep in mind that the posting of this info was done AFTER a grand jury chose, based on overwhelming evidence reviewed by a pool of black and white participants, that Officer Wilson would not be indicted in the shooting of career criminal and attacker, Michael Brown, after Wilson shot Brown when he went for the officer’s gun and punched him after robbing a store.
We would like to voice our displeasure by asking our viewers and readers to send these two “journalists” a letter telling them your thoughts on publishing Officer Darren Wilson’s address. According to an outside source, the two “journalists'” home addresses are reportedly as follows:
5620 N WAYNE AVE APT 2
CHICAGO, IL 60660-4204
1113 N DUPRE ST
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70119-3203
Good luck and remember to cross your T’s and dot your I’s!