Major props to CBS 11 and "award-winning reporter" J.D. Miles for following up on our Rec Shop coverage from earlier this week by a) adding nothing new to the story, b) blatantly filming a computer logged onto DC9 without giving any credit to the paper (although, score, you can like totally see my byline), and c) using freelance photographer Gloria Levario's images from the event, shot on assignment for us, without permission from either us or her.
Also: Way to spell the name of your story's main source incorrectly (it's "Shing," guys, not "Sheen").
You guys rock. Just glad we could help!
(For what it's worth, CBS 11 tells us they intended to credit us, but couldn't because of a "technical glitch.")
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