Fullertonstories.com gets original $50,000 bandwidth bill for Kelly Thomas video reduced to $1,000
Local news blogging is not all fun and games. Sometimes it gets downright serious. Like when FullertonStories.com covered the release of the Kelly Thomas video. The highly anticipated city surveillance video was released last month, ten months after the incident happened and just days before the local city council elections. FullertonStories.com was the first website to post the video.
We try not to get too political at the Fullertonian, but when politicians take a crack at the very systems and principles on which this publication is founded it is hard (and pointless) to stay neutral. We don’t believe you have to be disconnected to be objective. The Stop Online Piracy Act sounds from its label like it will just stop software pirates. But judging a new law by it’s label can b
We are certainly not the first to publish that the group, Anonymous, has threatened the Fullerton Police Department. No information has yet been revealed by the PD on whether this group has made any good on their threats. Sergeant Andrew Goodrich confirmed that the threat was credible, but did not wish to reveal any details about whether attacks have happened. When mentioned on the news Anonymous
I can remember going to the camping supply store when I was a child to purchase plastic bottles that didn’t leak when you laid them down. They were slightly cheaper than canteen’s. Now that plastics manufacturers have perfected the bottle to the extent that they are practically free, hold water even when chucked into a refugee camp or from a roof, and are so ephemeral that they can be crushed a