LAPD learns that hitting 'reply all' never leads to any good12/6/2012
Eventually, email providers will put some space between the "reply" and "reply all" buttons. Until then, enjoy the latest awkwardness of private messages getting a wider audience than intended. A Los Angeles Police Department spokesman, worried that it would appear they weren't cracking down hard enough on baby-rabbit trafficking in the city's fashion district, emailed officers to "make a few arrests for illegal animal purchasing so we can avoid negative coverage." Except, yes, reporters received the email, too. Cmdr. Andrew Smith insisted he wasn't advocating policing for the camera, but simply issuing a "gentle nudge" to officers to enforce the law. He should have nudged his computer mouse over the proper command button. [Source]
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