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This hooker has beenworking the corner of Platt & Edgewood since 5:00 AM
Thanks for the heads-up, Uncle Egg. The pic has been removed. That said, pictures like this can be very useful to the police and have played a role in making arrests in similar cases in the past. Whoever posted the photo might want to consider sending it to the NHPD.
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Thanks very much for the offer, but the pic is gone...when we remove something, not only is it gone from public view, it is erased from our database altogether. Perhaps Blockwatcher can help with this?
The official policy prohibits posting any content that is "unlawful, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, tortious, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, libelous, invasive of another's privacy, hateful, or racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable"
The relevant terms here would be "defamatory" and "libelous," if this was indeed a false light claim, and we are required to presume that the individual in question is not actually a prostitute until it is proven that she (or he...who knows?) actually is.
It might be helpful to members of the community to post a pic with the face blurred out, since it would give us some idea of what to look out for in this area. However, the unblurred photo itself amounts to the criminal accusation of a specific individual, and as such should be sent only to the NHPD.
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Actually, after re-reading the clicket, I'd say it goes farther than false light. It plainly states that this woman is a hooker, which is potentially libelous.
@Blockwatcher -- I understand what you're trying to do. But I think a blurred photo is still useful. It avoids the libel concern, but presents the problem in concrete terms to the public and any police or city officials monitoring the site.
It is . . Thanks John . . it used to be rchassett . He has a watch area set up. Nonetheless, his normal shift is 8 hours out of 24. If the NHPD doesn't have an address which is monitored 24/7 (at reasonable intervals of course) for images like the one under discussion, it should.
@SCF Administrators - Can you help with this?
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