You're right. I checked your link and there's no story, which is disappointing because my son geoff said they were on board to cover it. I can't believe this is happening, and I can't believe that credible news organizations would fall for the Parks Dept line about "statue maintenance". This whole thing has been been pretty disappointing to be honest. Tell you what, I don't know if you have access to police reports, but you should check park police records because we definitely got stopped like 20 minutes before going ashore by both Jersey state police and Park Police boats, and the captain was ticketed for not having enough life jackets on board!!! (photo attached)
This will at least put as at the scene of the crime. But i'm not worried. There were tons of people there from the first ferry boat, and even if they did take down the plastic right away there are still a lot of photos out there, and i'm sure they'll surface eventually.
As a former journalist, I appreciate your thorough fact checking.
And MrWizard64, thanks but no thanks. This dialogue does not need your voice. Please remove yourself from the conversation, and the planet.
Hah, you young cynics would be shocked to know what we managed to pull off without arousing even a casual interest from the park police and/or Homeland Security. Talk about sleeping on the job!
Yes this was a publicity stunt, for a disease my whole family suffers from, and yet 95% of doctors have never heard of. To be honest, we're not try to get you to get tested. I don't know from call-to-actions, targets, post and what not, but I do know there are thousands of us that feel abandoned and lost. Given a fatal diagnosis, and no hope for a cure.
I was saddened when my son told me that they pulled the plastic down 10 minutes after the first ferry arrived. This actually did get picked up by NY1, so better check your facts next time.
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