Texas Newspaper Backs Off Threat to Publish Names and Home Addresses of Officers

After likening law enforcement officers to sex offenders and members of the Ku Klux Klan, a Texas publisher is backing down from her threat to publish the names and home addresses of local police officers. 

Stephanie Zarriello’s proposal to publish the information in an attempt to “protect” the public from officers’ “wicked behavior” backfired as it received widespread condemnation from the public and law enforcement officials. 

While the San Antonio Observer will not be listing the information, Zarriello hopes that the threat will “make an officer think twice before shooting so fast and killing an unarmed person.”

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