Reporters Julie Bosman and Campbell Robertson
Update via Mediaite: The Washington Examiner‘s Becket Adams reached out to the Times and got comments from head of communications Eileen Murphy. She said the story in its current iteration “mentions only the name of the street where the couple have a house and that street has been widely reported on.”
NY Times reporters Julie Bosman and Campbell Robertson, who have written articles critical of Darren Wilson, released his address on Monday in an article titled, “A Quiet Wedding for Darren Wilson.”
From the article:
Officer Wilson and Officer Spradling own a home together on
BLOCKED OUT in Crestwood, Mo., a St. Louis suburb about a half-hour drive from Ferguson.
They have scarcely been seen there since Mr. Brown was killed on Aug. 9. Neighbors said that within a few days of the shooting, Officer Wilson and Officer Spradling abruptly left their home.
These reporters know full well that Officer Wilson has been receiving death threats and that the New Black Panthers have a bounty on his head.
They need to be fired.
If Officer Wilson or his family are harmed because of it, the NY Times officials responsible should be criminally charged.