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Habeeb Pindiga

Editor, Daily Trust

Bio: Active poacher turned into a passive one...and not preferring it. Editor of Nigeria's Daily Trust newspaper based in Abuja.

Location: Abuja, Nigeria

Beats: Business and Finance, Politics, Africa

NYPD Twitter campaign 'backfires'. bbc.co.uk/news/technolog…
NYPD Twitter campaign 'backfires' after hashtag hijacked
become one of Twitter's top trending terms. One photo showed a man being pushed down on to a car bonnet. It was from March 2013 and followed protests in Brooklyn over the death of 16-year-old Kimani Gray

Rob Winder

ITV News — Digital Output Editor

Bio: ITV News Digital Output Editor. Former BBC, Al Jazeera and Amnesty journalist, world news addict, noisy music + BHA FC fan. Opinions mine/RT's not endorsement.

Location: London

Beat: United Kingdom

NYPD Twitter campaign 'backfires' after hashtag hijacked bbc.in/1foN6Rx
NYPD Twitter campaign 'backfires' after hashtag hijacked
become one of Twitter's top trending terms. One photo showed a man being pushed down on to a car bonnet. It was from March 2013 and followed protests in Brooklyn over the death of 16-year-old Kimani Gray

Emily Flitter

Reuters — Financial Crimes Reporter

Bio: @Reuters reporter covering white collar crime in New York. Mista Bob Dobalina, won't you quit?

Beats: Business and Finance, Metro New York, Crime and Justice

RT @VICE: Everyone's Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to the Failed #MyNYPD Hashtag bit.ly/1jGI31o pic.twitter.com/fZxlh5N79l
Everyone's Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to a Failed NYPD Hashtag
, a popular social media strategy: Hey, remember Kimani Gray, the 16-year-old who got killed by the police in 2013? Remember when people marched in protest of his death and the cops responded with stuff

Erik Sherman

Freelance Journalist

Bio: Freelance journalist in tech, biz, finance, and whatever else brings assignments

Location: Rural western Mass.

Beats: Business and Finance, Technology, U.S.

NYPD Twitter Outreach Turns Into Outrage aol.it/1i92XIM via @aoljobs #myNYPD
NYPD Twitter Outreach Turns Into Outrage
a demonstrator held down during a vigil for 16-year-old Kimani Gray, who reportedly had been shot and killed by plainclothes officers , according to the Guardian.The Twitter account of Occupy Wall

Fiona Graham

BBC — Reporter and Section Editor, Technology of Business

Bio: BBC journalist. Technology of business reporter and section editor. Loves robots yet fears inevitable AI takeover. Also likes plants.me/fionagraham

Location: London

Beats: Business and Finance, Technology, World, United Kingdom

NYPD Twitter campaign 'backfires' ift.tt/1nolO5C
NYPD Twitter campaign 'backfires' after hashtag hijacked
become one of Twitter's top trending terms. One photo showed a man being pushed down on to a car bonnet. It was from March 2013 and followed protests in Brooklyn over the death of 16-year-old Kimani Gray

Jonathan Stankiewicz

Staff Writer, The Willimantic Chronicle

Bio: Staff Writer at The Journal Inquirer http://www.journalinquirer.com - tweets are mine and only mine blogger @ http://www.jonstankiewicz.wordpress.com

Location: Willimantic, CT

Beats: Business and Finance, Politics, U.S. Regional, Education

understatement RT @BBCTech: NYPD Twitter campaign 'backfires' bbc.in/1f5d7ut
NYPD Twitter campaign 'backfires' after hashtag hijacked
become one of Twitter's top trending terms. One photo showed a man being pushed down on to a car bonnet. It was from March 2013 and followed protests in Brooklyn over the death of 16-year-old Kimani Gray

Sarah Purewal

PC World — Freelance Writer and Editor

Bio: Freelance superstar, geekette, party owl. Contributing editor for @pcworld; writer for @MensHealthMag, @TechHive, and @Macworld. I ♥ tech, cars, and fitness.

Location: Los Angeles

Beat: Technology

RT @VICE: Cops Got Everyone to Tweet Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to Their Failed #myNYPD Hashtag bit.ly/1jGI31o pic.twitter.com/fZxlh5N79l
Everyone's Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to a Failed NYPD Hashtag
, a popular social media strategy: Hey, remember Kimani Gray, the 16-year-old who got killed by the police in 2013? Remember when people marched in protest of his death and the cops responded with stuff

Matthew Schwerha

Journalist

Bio: Taking Aggrego to Ireland. Launching @TodayIRE, @TodayLimerick, @TodayMayo + @TodaySouthDub. Launched @CHISpectrum + @Unfavoriter. Journalist. Let's Internet.

Location: Chicago

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Ireland

Everyone's Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to a Failed NYPD Hashtag
, a popular social media strategy: Hey, remember Kimani Gray, the 16-year-old who got killed by the police in 2013? Remember when people marched in protest of his death and the cops responded with stuff

Tom McArthur

ITV News, Breaking News — Digital Producer

Bio: Journalist. Freelancin' at @ITVnews and sometimes in the @breakingnews hotseat.

Location: London, UK

Beat: United Kingdom

Social media campaign backfires hugely for the NYPD m.vice.com/en_uk/read/eve… #myNYPD
Everyone's Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to a Failed NYPD Hashtag
, a popular social-media strategy: Hey, remember Kimani Gray, the 16-year-old who got killed by the police in 2013? Remember when people marched in protest of his death and the cops responded with stuff

Eric J. Sundermann

Vice — Managing Editor, Noisey

Bio: Managing Editor, Noisey

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Opinion and Editorial, U.S., Metro New York

Everyone's Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to a Failed NYPD Hashtag | VICE United States vice.com/read/everyones… via @VICE
Everyone's Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to a Failed NYPD Hashtag
, a popular social media strategy: Hey, remember Kimani Gray, the 16-year-old who got killed by the police in 2013? Remember when people marched in protest of his death and the cops responded with stuff

Anna Lekas Miller

Journalist

Bio: I report on things related to the US & Middle East and make really inappropriate jokes. Often about the US & Middle East.

Location: Brooklyn, New York

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, Politics, World, Crime and Justice

RT @RaniaKhalek: I bet Sean Bell, Kimani Gray, Ramarley Graham, Noel Polanco and Reynaldo Cuevas would have had plenty of photos to add to …

Harry Siegel

New York Daily News — Columnist and Editorial Writer

Bio: Editorial writer & columnist @nydailynews. hsiegel@nydailynews.com

Location: Brooklyn

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, Metro New York

Social engagement! RT @HCheadle: Best thing about #myNYPD is that @NYPDnews pretends ppl aren't tweeting these photos vice.com/read/everyones…
Everyone's Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to a Failed NYPD Hashtag
, a popular social media strategy: Hey, remember Kimani Gray, the 16-year-old who got killed by the police in 2013? Remember when people marched in protest of his death and the cops responded with stuff

Lynn Walsh

Digital Producer, Scripps National Desk

Bio: Emmy award-winning journalist. Scripps National Digital Producer. SPJ @SPJGenerationJ & FOIA leader. @OhioU alumni. Obsessed w/politics, pop culture & new media

Location: West Palm Beach, Florida

Beats: U.S. Regional, Media, Crime and Justice

Everyone's Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to a Failed @NYPD Hashtag bit.ly/RJFowt @vicenews #socialmedia #twitter
Everyone's Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to a Failed NYPD Hashtag
, a popular social-media strategy: Hey, remember Kimani Gray, the 16-year-old who got killed by the police in 2013? Remember when people marched in protest of his death and the cops responded with stuff

Jonathan Smith

Vice — Senior Editor

Bio: Senior Editor @VICE Magazine, Email: jonathan.smith@vice.com

Location: New York

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Metro New York

RT @HCheadle: My favorite thing about the #myNYPD hashtag is that @NYPDnews pretends people aren't tweeting these photos http://t.co/rWfjuZ…
Everyone's Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to a Failed NYPD Hashtag
, a popular social media strategy: Hey, remember Kimani Gray, the 16-year-old who got killed by the police in 2013? Remember when people marched in protest of his death and the cops responded with stuff

Harry Cheadle

Vice — Senior Associate Editor

Bio: Senior Associate Editor at VICE Magazine and all-around loser. I'll write you a letter tomorrow, tonight I can't hold a pen. harry(at)http://vice.com

Location: Brooklyn, NY

Beats: Politics, Metro New York, Crime and Justice

My favorite thing about the #myNYPD hashtag is that @NYPDnews pretends people aren't tweeting these photos vice.com/read/everyones…
Everyone's Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to a Failed NYPD Hashtag
, a popular social media strategy: Hey, remember Kimani Gray, the 16-year-old who got killed by the police in 2013? Remember when people marched in protest of his death and the cops responded with stuff

Nick Pinto

Journalist

Bio: Journalist based in New York City. Village Voice / WSJ / Al Jazeera / The Nation / NYTimes / Gothamist etc. The significance of retweets remains contested.

Location: New York City

Beats: Business and Finance, Politics, Metro New York, Crime and Justice

RT @rdevro: A year ago today the NYPD killed Kimani Gray in Brooklyn. Re-upping the story @macfathom and I wrote on the fallout. http://t.c…
Everybody Wants a Piece of Kimani Gray
Sixteen-year-old Kimani Gray was shot to death by two plainclothes police officers on the night of March 9 on East 52nd Street in East Flatbush. Gray was shot seven times—in both the front and the

Nina Martin

ProPublica — Reporter

Bio: Reporter at ProPublica, covering gender/sexuality issues. Always on the hunt for great stories.

Location: Berkeley/SF/occasionallyNYC

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Politics, Metro San Francisco, Crime and Justice

“I felt naive & dumb from the beginning": what it was like to be the only non-white on George Zimmerman's jury thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/…
The Only Non-White Juror in the George Zimmerman Trial
doorbell, or the cell phone in his hand had magically transformed into a gun in the eyes of his shooter. The community remembered Kimani Gray, Kendrec McDade, Timothy Russell, Sean Bell, Oscar Grant, and