Crime Article Asks, Who`s Your Daddy? [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago Funny

News article respects those by not naming names in this report... except they don"t know how to report.
There are 36 comments:
Male 11,740
No see, that was just a scam. The dad wasn`t Byron Baugh, Sr. He was actually Fred Schwartz but they felt sorry for the kid. So they named him Byron Baugh, Jr. to make people think his father was someone else. Because Fred is actually a big loser. Or he was before he was shot.
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Male 77
what a privacy fail LOL
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Female 273
LOL!
that`s great..
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Female 62
Hahaha! Genius....I bet someone got a raise for that one....
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Male 976
A.K.A. Byron Baugh, Sr. (the victim) is Byron Baugh, Jr.`s father.
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Male 976
>>i dont get it<<

They underlined at the bottom that they wouldn`t release the victim`s name. However, at the top, they underlined his son`s name (who is the junior). So, since the junior`s dad would be the senior, they unintentionally relased the victim`s name.
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Female 118
i dont get it
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Female 2,289
lol this is my local news. fox28 and abc6.

there`s fail everywhere! even in the most boring places where nothing happens.
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Female 1,283
[quote]This isn`t Fox News, its Fox news. there`s a difference there, Fox News is a cable "news" network and Fox news is news on a local station owned by the Fox corporation.[/quote]

Question is, is there any difference on the fail meter?
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Female 2,352
Fox fail.
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Female 1,048
Ooops
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Male 25,416
nice pick up, ultimate fail tho!
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Male 1,548
@LazyMe484
This isn`t Fox News, its Fox news. there`s a difference there, Fox News is a cable "news" network and Fox news is news on a local station owned by the Fox corporation.
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Male 253
roflmao...
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Male 5,608
If they consider you missing, your name and description can be released for potential public recognition. If a body is found, they will reserve publicly stating the name of the deceased until after a relative claims the body.

Seeing Jr`s name is a matter of seeing one story reported on top of the other. Someone may arrive and discover the relation report is wrong.

The screwup is not is reporting the name of the missing infant. It`s in reporting the relationship before the body is claimed.

What it should say is "The body of a man, approximately NN years of age and [i]possibly the father of the now found infant,[/i] was found at the scene in Northern Columbus.

Police, who were baffled when the infant`s mother responded: `I ain`t seen nothin` returned the gun registered to her, left at the scene, one round having been discharge..."
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Male 10,440
I think I could have guessed this was fox news. Fox news leaves behind a fresh trail of stupid wherever it goes, its rather pungent here.
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Male 327
*facepalm*
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Male 720
green batman, I was thinking that too.
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Female 728
The funny thing is, they aren`t supposed to release the name of a minor without parental consent. So they avoided releasing the names of both parents, when releasing their names would have been more permissible than releasing the name of the boy.
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Male 497
lmao...
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Male 133
"if he was named after a another male relative he would be the Second, not junior."

It can be whatever the parents want it to be. My brother is named after my dad and he`s not a junior, and my dad`s brother is named after his grandfather and he is a junior.
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Female 2,509
bahahahaha nice catch!
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Female 3
if he was named after a another male relative he would be the Second, not junior.
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Male 10,845
The police and reporters here are morons.
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Male 4,807
Epic fail..
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Female 387
Ohhhhhhhhhh....I get it. D`oh! *slaps head*
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Male 509
I suppose it`s possible he was named after his grandfather or another male relative...
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Male 7,585
hahaha,that is a perfect fail because without the red lines most people wouldnt catch it.
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Male 111
if i read this, i probably wouldnt of noticed.
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Male 1,357
ohio? shmosmio. it`s america.
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Male 504
Lol took me a second to get that.
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Male 62
Why are some of the dumbest news articles always from Ohio?
Oh yeah, because the people in my state are morons.
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Male 440
this was a fail fail
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Male 418
Wow, just wow :/
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Female 68
Not releasing the name of Byron Baugh Jr.`s dad. How thoughtful of them.
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Male 19,861
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