Before Mooresville Officer Jordan Sheldon, who was killed in the line of duty, was even buried, "Bloodsuckers" WBTV News and Nick Ocsner were suing to get their hands on any video that would show the final moments of the Officer's life.
In their overzealous quest for ratings driven by sensationalism and blood, these vultures will stop at nothing.
Cedar Update: Not long after word spread that Ocsner had sued to get a copy of the video he was on the defensive his side of this conversation is here.
Not that you'll want to read what the little weasel has to say.
You can assume the fear of being DOX'd and self preservation might play a big factor in his rambling blame shifting and multidirectional finger pointing.
Cedar Update No. 2: The numbers are in and WBTV has regained the number one spot based on the Spring Sweeps.