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Last updated on July 27th, 2017 at 12:52 pm
The New York Post keeps the pressure on:
The girlfriend of a Marine killed in Iraq said she was devastated when she saw how The New York Times cherry-picked a letter her “first love” intended her to read in case he died.
“It was sad that we had to go through this some more. I was upset about what they took out of that letter,” said an emotional Emmylyn Anonical, 22, whose boyfriend Cpl. Jeffrey Starr died in Iraq earlier this year.
A couple of his buddies have gotten tattoos in his honor, as has his girlfriend. Another friend who didn’t have a middle name recently changed his legal name to Adam Jeffrey Nourigat. The judge, who knew Starr, said, “You need to live up to that name.”
That judge should address a staff meeting at the New York Times.