[Re-posted and updated from earlier today]
A reader spots an “interesting bit of irony”:
The Washington Post article that criticizes Donohue’s ridiculous comments about Charlie Hebdo and the idea that offensive speech ought to be censored contains this cowardly disclaimer:
Editor’s note: An earlier version of this article included images offensive to various religious groups that did not meet the Post’s standards, and should not have been published. They have been removed.
If any reader knows exactly what images they removed, let us know and we’ll post them here. Update:
I saw the WaPo story before the images were pulled down they were exclusively images aimed at insulting Catholics and Jews. I left a comment asking why they weren’t also running the images aimed at insulting Muslims – i.e., the images that were particularly newsworthy. Awhile later all of the images were taken down. Definitely not my intent in making the comment. I just thought it was hypocritical to run one set of cartoons and not the other. Here are a couple of the images I remember seeing before they were pulled:
The CBC has also refused to air the cartoons. Here’s the internal memorandum courtesy web journalist Jesse Brown:
— Jesse Brown (@JesseBrown) January 7, 2015