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Twitter Won’t Take Action Against LeBron James for Tweet Targeting Officer

Twitter said it would not take action on a tweet posted by basketball player LeBron James targeting a Columbus police officer who fatally shot an knife-wielding assailant attacking an unidentified woman in Columbus, Ohio last week. The company claims its hands are tied because James deleted his tweet before the company could decide if it broke the rules.

Jack Dorsey and Twitter employees

Social Media Users Mock Lebron James over ‘YOU’RE NEXT’ Tweet

Basketball player LeBron James deleted his tweet calling for “accountability” for a police officer who saved a number of young black people from a stabbing spree yesterday following widespread backlash, but the posts from other Twitter users mocking his reaction are still readily available.

LeBron James

‘Come Find Me:’ Man Tears Down Pro-Life Signage, Taunts Activists

A man took a detour on his way to work to tear down several pro-life banners that he had seen hanging on an overpass in Columbus, Ohio. When one of the pro-life activists walked behind the vandal’s car to take down his license plate, the man reacted by disclosing his full name, and encouraged the pro-life group to “come find” him.

Columbus Ohio man rips down Created Equal