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Should the media identify the occupation of a person charged with a crime?
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Should the media identify a public employee when he is charged with a crime? For five months, the North Platte Bulletin and other print and broadcast media have covered the nasty divorce and criminal charges brought against a North Platte firefighter after he was charged with five counts of violation of a protection order. Patrick Doyle, a Captain in the fire department, took paid personal leave since October and has been in jail for more than 120 days on a bond of $500,000, even after 17 days after mental health treatment in Kansas City. Doyle’s alleged behaviors, reported by the North Platte police and the Lincoln County Sheriff’s office, have escalated to the point of danger. Should the media identify Doyle’s occupation?
  Yes, he''''s a tax supported employee 438 16%
  No. No one should have their identity revealed unless convicted. 2211 83%
  Not sure, here's my opinion 7 0%
Total responses to this question2656100%

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