Skip to comments.Person Tweeting Death Wish For Palin Now Wants Privacy
Posted on 01/13/2011 2:16:21 AM PST by markomalley
I linked earlier to a YouTube video montage [video removed, see update below] of death wishes tweeted about Sarah Palin after various bloggers maliciously linked Palin's electoral target map to the Tucson shooting.
Now YouTube is threatening to pull the video because one of the people who sent a tweet has complained that the video violates her privacy.
According to the YouTube notice, which appears at Big Journalism (h/t Aaron Worthing at Patterico), the person whose tweet appears at 1:50 of the video is the person who complained. Here is the screen shot at 1:50:
Which brings me to a third principle. You can't take it back on the internet.
Update: YouTube removed the video. All of the screenshots have been saved by a reader, and are available here. A new location for the video will be linked once available.
Here is the video:
Solitary confinement is ~very~ private.
May I suggest that?
And the secret service is investigating this as we speak.
What is a teat? Is this something new I should get my hands on?
Only if you’re a dairy farmer!
Yes. I spent a good part of my youth trying to get my hands on a pair. you should too!
I’d like to know who the person is. She’s actually encouraging violence, and against a specific individual.
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