Monday, August 13, 2012

Shock And Awe Removes Entirety of McElroy List

Just a few moments ago, I removed the individual email addresses from the blog post that I published on Friday 8/10 from the KNS FOI request filed on Wednesday 8/8.

I received a call from Knox County Deputy Chief Lee Tramel. He believes this list is his personal contact list. Tramel returned this morning from a two week vacation to find that KNS had taken what he believes to be his personal contact list and submitted it as an FOI and in turn published here on Shock And Awe.

While I can delete the addresses and as I have apologized to Tramel for publishing it. Jack McElroy can not remove his FOI.

Tramel is in the midst of determining who has HACKED into his computer to give McElroy the list.

Details to follow as I learn them.


Anonymous said...

McElroy will learn just exactly how harsh the law of unintended consequences can be.

McElroy seems out of control.

Scary for someone who has as much media power as he does.

Oh well, pride goeth before the fall.

See Rupert Murdoch for details.

Anonymous said...

This is just like Rupert Murdoch. Who would think that could happen here? Tyler Harber returns.

Anonymous said...

I was thinking more along the lines of Dan Rather and the George Bush records from the National Guard service. Brought about an abrupt and deserving end to Dan Rather's journalism career and solidified CBS News at the bottom of the news spectrum, from which it is still looking up and the rest of the news organizations and their news departments.