Skip to comments.YNN refuses to post anti-Cuomo /Silver lawsuit Mar 11 on their website
Posted on 03/02/2013 1:51:48 PM PST by bunkerhill7
Commentary=YNN.COM refuses to put on their website a lawsuit against Cuomo and Silver but has the SAFE ACT propaganda up since it was signed. This appears to be a communist propaganda tv station which has Obummer on for 2 full minutes every half hour.
YNN is Time Warner....you’re surprised by any of this ?
YNN.COM had the lawsuit for 12 seconds as a “Top Story” on their tv channel today but it did not appear on their website as a “top story” nor did anything under “gun legislation” resemble the narrative of the tv broadcast.
Now they have removed the 12 second tv Cuomo/Silver lawsuit story. It does not appear anywhere on their tv broadcasts now.
"The anti-SAFE Act protestors are long gone but the lawsuits against Gov. Andrew Cuomos gun control measure are going strong.
Earlier in the week, Buffalo-area lawyer James Tresmond went to court contending the ban is unconstitutional and a judge there has ordered the state to answer by April.
And now, longtime activist Bob Schulz, acting as his own lawyer along with 1256 other plaintiffs who have signed on, went to Albany County Court, contending the governors use of a Message of Necessity to push the bill through was flawed.
State lawyers will have to be in court March 11 to explain why the court shouldnt issue an injunction halting the law.
Im just simply interested in holding them accountable, said Shulz, who just came through the Capitol press room with a load of court papers illustrating his case.
Also on tap: The still-pending lawsuit by Westchesters Goldberg Segalla law firm which was hired by the NRA and state Rifle and Pistol Association."
SAFE Act: First protests, now lawsuits
YNN = Time Warner = CNN
YNN is a bunch of media losers who can’t make it otherwise.
They have monopoly cable deals in NY and as such they want to keep Verizon (FIOS) out of competition in their service area.
I would drop TW for Verizon in a heartbeat.
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