Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 29445
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2019/06/26 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2003/8/23 [Computer/SW/Languages/C_Cplusplus, Computer/SW/Languages/Java] UID:29445 Activity:nil
        Total crap.
        \_ 1. Post the first page, not the second.
           2. That sucks.
           3. This wouldn't have happened if he were handsome.
           \_ yes. yes. no.
        \_ Look at the mug on this kid!  I don't know if he should be let go
           out of sympathy or locked away so no one else ever has to see him
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ACLU Involvement 10 Similar Cases 11 School Violence Interaction 12 Contact Info 13 Readers' Comments 14 Submitted Stories 15 A Mom's Perspective 16 Other Links 17 How Can I Help? Somehow the media was incorrectly informed that Brian had written an email, which was reported in televised news as well as newspapers. The story was not sent, shared, or distributed in any way. The media reporting of an email made it sound as if the story was being sent out over the internet. Other descrepancies included the reporting of the media that he was 19 when he was still 18. The televised media interviewed students at Moore High School. A friend of Brian's was interviewed, but complained to Brian that when he stated supportive comments they were cut out. The media was quick to interview and broadcast students who said they were scared (some on the verge of hysteria). The only reason these students were scared was because the media reported the event after Brian's arrest, otherwise they wouldn't have known. The entire incident happened weeks before, but only after the media broke the news was there fear and anxiety. They also used the photograph of when he was booked left , with his glasses removed. He was scared and somber at the time this photo was taken, and the frequent showing of this photo did little to portray Brian as a real person, but instead a booked criminal. At the time of the airing, we had just experienced Judge Ring's ruling that the law was overbroad and vague. Hopefully, this incident will balance Brian in his journalistic endeavors.