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Protest at Fox News Headquarters

August 25, 2004 10:22 AM

Ahead of the Fox News "Shut up-a-thon" outside FNC headquarters in NYC on Tuesday, August 31st, Fox has put "about 12 large round concrete fixtures doubling as oversized flower pots" in front of their building, according to an email to TVNewser. "These are obviously positioned to prevent any vehicles from the street to jump the sidewalk and get close to the building." Other news organizations are doing the same as NYC prepares for Hurricane "RNC Not Welcome" next week.

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Read the 3 comments.

dhermesc:

Instead of watching the same boring crap as the DNC (same speeches, just reverse the name callers and the name callees), we might get to watch some real ass whoopins in the street.

"These are obviously positioned to prevent any vehicles from the street to jump the sidewalk and get close to the building." Just what kind of anarchist from the left are planning on showing up?

Wed Aug 25 2004 3:00 PM


Elizabeth Leonelli:

Fox news channel 13 SLC, shows no responsibility to anyone. Once a crime is reported and then the crime is paid for, then is it not considered settled. Not by Channel 13 who bring up a two year old incident regarding baseball players and even show the 18 year olds mug shots. TWO YEARS later these young men are expected to pay and pay. Maybe because they have ethnic names and the conservative Fox folks only are mindful of the status quo. Salt Lake City is no place for Ethnic people to be.

Wed Mar 15 2006 12:07 AM


Carlos A. Raymond:

March 23, 2006

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNED:

On March 22, 2006 and at approximately 6:30 PM, I tuned in to my favorite channel, Fox News. Your station covered a high speed chase in LA county starting on Long Beach Boulevard. The program was interrupted by the O’Reiley Show and I was unable to see the outcome of the chase, which left me in suspense and very disappointed.

Would you kindly send me the written news report on that chase. I am unabled to locate that from your website. Please respond.

Carlos A. Raymond

Thu Mar 23 2006 8:17 AM


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