29
September
2017

News Comment #61

This week my news comment is on a Vice article called, “Indiana Cops Actually Shot at a Guy Playing a Bank Robber in a Movie” by Drew Schwartz. The story in itself is rather lighthearted and has a good lead I mean who wouldn’t want to hear what happened when cops shot at someone filming a movie. It’s a good example of a human interest story and could also fit into the weird category because one would think that the cops would have known about the movie but they didn’t.

 

You can read the story here: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/59dkz5/indiana-cops-actually-shot-at-a-guy-playing-a-bank-robber-in-a-movie-vgtrn

       



1 Comment

  1.    fuglsang:

    Can you imagine the uproar if the actor had been killed? Or maybe the howls of criticism aimed at the film crew? Vice can afford to be lighthearted because no one was hurt. Illustrated by a screen grab for The Town. That’s pretty weak.



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