The Pulse nightclub shooting is the latest mass shooting in a country where gun ownership and access to guns are on the rise.
The United States was the only industrialized nation to see a total of 14 mass shootings in 2016, according to the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Orlando shootings happened just one day after the shooting of the Orlando Police Department in which two officers were shot and killed.
The police officers were killed in the line of duty after responding to a domestic dispute call.
The news media has a long and complex history of covering mass shootings.
Some of the coverage has been good.
For instance, the Associated Press featured a story on the shooting on its front page that included photos of the victims.
That led to the story being shared more than 3 million times.
The Associated Press also had a reporter in the area and did some coverage of the shooting.
In fact, some of the AP’s coverage has shown how a shooter’s Facebook account could have had information about the shooter and his motives.
But there’s another aspect of the story that should raise some eyebrows: the news organization did not include the shooter’s name in its initial report.
As a result, many Americans were left wondering why the AP chose to only include his name, and what the news outlet did with that information.
In the weeks since the Orlando shooting, the AP has acknowledged it was “intentionally misleading.”
In a statement to USA TODAY, the news agency apologized and acknowledged that it failed to report the name of the shooter, but it still didn’t include the gunman’s name.
“We are deeply sorry to anyone who was not able to hear the names of the dead police officers, the other victims, or those who were injured in the shooting, as we did in our initial report,” AP President and CEO Jennifer Baker wrote.
“We are confident that our reporting will help inform the public about how this event unfolded, and we will be addressing the issue of misleading reporting in the future.”
The AP story included a few other things that made the story seem more interesting.
First, the shooter was described as white, between 20 and 35 years old, and between 6 feet tall.
That information was a bit odd.
But it didn’t mean that the shooter wasn’t a member of the American military.
The AP story also described him as a former Army infantryman, and said he had served in Afghanistan, Iraq and other wars.
Second, the name given to the gunman was “Dylan,” and he had a middle name, James.
This was important, because, according the AP, he had the same last name as the gunman in the previous shooting.
The shooter’s father, who was also listed as James, had a similar last name, but his family is not American citizens.
The father, James James, was also a Marine.
So the AP story didn’t use his name at all.
The name was given to James by the AP after a military source told the newspaper that he had been “asked to provide additional details on his son’s background, such as if he had ever served in the U.S. military.”
The source was a member on the military’s Joint Staff, who, it should be noted, is not an official AP source.
Third, the information provided by the news service did not detail whether the shooter had been discharged from the military.
As the AP wrote: “The name of Dylan is a personal and private matter and we did not share that information with anyone, including the family of the deceased officer.
We would have liked to have done so but did not.”
The shooter was also identified by his military ID card.
This would have made it possible for the AP to report his identity, although the AP didn’t.
Finally, the police department did not mention the name “James.”
Instead, the department mentioned a police officer who had died in the past.
The article mentioned the death of Officer Jerad Ocasio-Cortez, who died after being shot while responding to an arrest at the nightclub.
The next day, the Orlando Sentinel, the local newspaper, ran a story about the death.
The Sentinel reported that Ocacio-Corsos death was being investigated by the FBI.
The paper did not reveal any other information about Ocasa-Cortsos death.
It also noted that the FBI has launched an investigation into whether Ocaca-Cresas killing was racially motivated.
The local newspaper also mentioned that Ojeda-Crasas was “involved in a traffic stop.”
The article did not name the officer.
The officer’s name was not mentioned in the Sentinel article.
The report also did not say what the officer’s motives were, other than that the officer was working as a security guard and was responding to reports of a suspicious person.
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