Cincinnati Newspaper Stops Presses After 'F Bomb' Mess
BY Neal Broverman
April 23 2012 3:55 PM ET
The Cincinnati Enquirer pulled a newspaper after it was discovered that a picture of gay protesters included a profanity.
One of the protesters carried a sign with a swear on it and it escaped the attentions of the paper's editors until the newspaper was printing. Several thousand subscribers still received the issue with the profanity, though.
“I … am working this morning to understand why this photo was chosen in the first place and why it was not caught sooner,” editor Carolyn Washburn told those who complained. Read more here.
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