Another casualty of “wasn’t supposed to go public” rule of the Internet — if it exists, it will end up online eventually.
Although, if while the “making of/behind the scenes” footage at the center of the scandal was shot, it was stated to Chamoun that it wasn’t for public release (which sounds like what happened), then the fault is not hers to bear.
Lebanese skier Jackie Chamoun is facing a scandal back home after topless images of the Olympian appeared online this week. Chamoun is currently in Sochi to compete, but the ripples are being felt in back home.
For Patrick Deneen, his dream of winning gold at the 2014 Winter Olympics is all about the “three Ts” – talent, tenacity … and technology.
If London 2012 was the “Social Olympics” … is Sochi 2014 set up to be the “Tech Olympcs”
Bill Comeans was murdered 34 years ago when he was just 14 years old.
I’m interested to see how this develops. You would have to think that any effort made toward solving a cold case will yield some positive result. Someone knows something, and stories in the local paper and on the news only reach so far; using Twitter is an effective way to reach millions beyond the jurisdiction of the homicide.