The above posting ran in the West Virginian newspaper The Dominion Post on Saturday, seeking a suspect described only as a “black man” and having done something “suspicious.”

According to Mediate, the online version of the post was soon updated with a description of the actual crime he was connected with (stolen credit cards), three photos of the man in question, and an explanation as to why they printed the original article:

Due to a copy editor’s error, an item was published in The Dominion Post on Saturday without a full description of a suspect sought by the Monongalia County Sheriff’s Department in connection with stolen credit cards. The corrected item with the full description ran in the Sunday edition of The Dominion Post and was published on TheDPost.com late Saturday with three photographs.

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11 thoughts on “West Virginia Paper: ‘Black Man’ Wanted for ‘Some Suspicious Activity’

  1. keebee51 on said:

    Keep in mind Negros we are not black. Let these uneducated punks keep looking for a black man, I hope when they find him he beats all of their pale asses.

    • Jiggy5 on said:

      Easy the Joey, let me clue you in on BAW Rule #1: We ignore black on black crime. Ignore or claim crazy white kids shoot up schools. Either way, we never take responsibility for our action or those of our Peeps. Understand now bro-bro?
      Holla’ at the mo-fo Scholar

      • Jiggy5 on said:

        Danica, I’m sorry that the Scholar has to rub the rotten stench of truth under your nose, but the crime statistics do NOT lie.
        Holla’

      • Jiggy5 on said:

        Joe, you dealing with the stereotypical angry black woman in Danica. Logic and facts don’t work with her. Vulgarities, on the other hand are right in her wheelhouse. Shocking, I know.
        Holla’ at the Scholar

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