In other headline news this morning
It's come to light that John Crawford's girlfriend was "aggressively questioned" after police shot him dead Guardian's Jon Swaine writes (2,500+ shares as of this moment). "Have you been drinking? Drugs? Your eyes are kind of messed-up looking," an officer reportedly asked the crying woman. Guardian US columnist Hadley Freeman concludes, "that story by @jonswaine really will make your jaw drop. The cruelty and injustice defies belief." Slate's Mark O'Connell also notices, "The grotesquely apt name of a cop interrogating the girlfriend of a man just unlawfully killed by police: Rodney Curd."
And in a special report for Reuters, James Pomfret, Greg Torode and David Lague reveal how China spies on Hong Kong's democrats (700+ shares). "#UmbrellaMovement student leader Joshua Wong likely followed by China spies on Taiwan holiday," Clement Tan with Bloomberg News elaborates.
Oh, and remember #Kony2012? Well, BuzzFeed reports that Invisible Children is no more.