Prosecutors in California said convicted serial killer Rodney Alcala used his camera to gain the trust of young women. The photographs he snapped decades ago could contain images of more victims.It was ripped nearly word-for-word from the AP story, posted legally all over the Net.. When KIRO news posted it, it was correctly attributed.
Hundreds of Alcala's photographs were found in a Seattle storage locker along with personal items from two victims. More than 100 photos were released Wednesday by Huntington Beach police showing women and girls in candid and posed shots. Some show them naked and engaging in sex acts.
The day before they lifted this lead about the serial killer from the LA Weekly.
In September of 1978, 37-year-old actor Jed Mills took a one-day gig that paid well. His role was playing Bachelor Number Two on the ABC hit "The Dating Game." Although Mills wasn't picked by bachelorette Cheryl Bradshaw, he did make a fast $400...Little did he know he was sitting next to future serial killer Rodneyl Alcala.
Ron & Don, whose show is in the news hour on a news talk station are being coached on current affairs and social studies, but the tutoring hasn't seemed to have kicked in.
They're still busy ginning-up outrage about such issues as Trader Joe’s not letting Girl Scouts sell cookies in front of their doors. Or yelling at politicians for the wrong reasons.
It's google-deep, testosteronic, tabloid blather.
Being newcomers to consuming and dispensing news, maybe they don’t know the rules: You don’t get to steal other people's work!As they did on Feb. 25, when they cut the lead from a PBS.com story on Ted Griffin, the Orca guy and pasted it as a blog entry.
Or the story on the Down Syndrome actress defending Family Guy from Sarah Palin... they ripped off none other than the New York Times on Feb.19th.That’s just a month: how many more stolen posts would we find if we had the stomach to keep reading?
Nothing, probably, will come of this- KIRO management don’t care what their jocks say or do. Don't bother complaining to R&D: Public comments were deleted and banished last week from their site, as we reported.
It boggles the mind that these vapid FM shock jocks have an afternoon drive show on what was once a proud news talk station. They are its PM face and further tarnishes the KIRO brand ... which hasn’t been shiny for a long time.