NY Times Staffer Issues Death Threats Against Author

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New York Times staffer rape/death-threatens author, for unveiling alleged journalistic malfeasance-

NY Times’s lawyer advises Times staffer: “Hide misdeeds from Google searches”-

Evidence strongly shows that NY Times plagiarized author’s work and conspired with Gawker to suppress author-

Gawker’s Nick Denton threatens to fire/ blacklist any journalists tasked with reporting on misconduct-

Media bullies author and colludes in cover-up

Jeffrey Henson Scales, a New York Times photographer and editor, and/or his wife Meg Henson Scales, also a former New York Times contributor, have admittedly and continuously harassed and violently threatened author Abbe Diaz for well over a year now— for unveiling an alleged New York Times impropriety involving their daughter, NY Times "essayist," Coco Henson Scales.

Despite being warned not to contact Diaz (nor any affiliates of the PX This website) in accordance with the Aggravated Harassment report filed by Diaz with the Detective Squad of the New York Police Department, persistent malicious messages by the Henson-Scaleses (which were originally posted as comments to Diaz on the PX This website under such pseudonyms as “Wanda Smith,” “til8x8x8is4,” and “Jesus Palacios”) have included such malevolent sentiments as [entirely sic]:

“if you don’t take your shit about Coco?? You WILL lose the bullsit you have… ll change your mind. Keep an eye on your front and your back: WHORE.
You disgusting piece of smegma. I’d go to the electric chair laughing, if I only got to kill you.”

“… I will tell you this, though. IF I ever find your twisted weave within reachin’ distance of me, I will likely break your neck- if you have one, you no-necked piece of filth… I hope you die soon. I’ll keep my eye you, cunt.”

“you keep that shit lies about Coco? you fucking bitch. you twat. wannaget raped?“

“Keep talking about Coco Henson Scales. You must think actions doon’t have consequences”

Married a millionaire, my ass… Turning tricks for old men… Please. Just kill yourself. Make the world a better place.”

“… This is you first and last warnings. Take down your vicious drag queen sheet about Coco and Meg (I know them both); or your shit’s bout to be fried.
You ain’t nuttin but a losin, fugly, stupid bitch, with nuttin to work with.
Why you don’t kill yourself?
Jes sayin. YOU AIN’T SHIT.
Coco and Meg may not be able to hurt you, but WE WILL. NOW.”

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In Memoriam: Keith A. Glascoe

Keith Glascoe in The Professional

“… Rest peacefully, my Brother, I just came back from a 3 yr long assignment in Iraq, and I dare to say that Justice has been served. Farewell, my Friend, Farewell…” – Damir [Palladium, Tunnel, Club USA]


The following is an excerpt from PX This:

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2001. 12:15PM

We got terrible news. A friend that B used to work with, “Big Keith,” is missing.

Such a nice guy, big and friendly and cute and good natured and happy. He’s a firefighter and I think nearly his entire squad is gone.

The last time I saw Big Keith was at Sugar in December, and I remember I asked him if he was still thinking about joining the fire department and he replied “I’m IN the fire department!”— so we chatted like wow how fast time flies, the last time I had seen him he was just talking about thinking about joining.

And he bought me a cup of coffee another night too and I felt weird, I wasn’t sure which was more insulting— to offer him money for it or not. I didn’t know the protocol, back at the Gatien’s nobody offered money, they just went and got it the next time.

Big Keith was in the movie The Professional and he was great in it really, even though it was a small role. He played Benny (one of the corrupt cops) and he has one awesome scene where he is standing in the hallway with his gun drawn, nervous and shaking and sweating.

Actually he is so remarkable I mentioned him in “The Ministry of Speed” too, and I guess it’s silly but I liked to imagine my film would actually get made one day and Keith could play one of the doormen and it would actually be the real him they were referring to in the dialogue. Something like that.

I remember one time Keith and I were chatting outside Naked Lunch and I was recounting to him how I’d taped The Professional on the VCR and then I realized “oh whoops you probably don’t want to hear that do you?” thinking it was bad I had videotaped it instead of paying to see it in a theatre. And eeheee he was cute he insisted “No! HBO is good, I’ll take HBO!”

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Media Colludes (Again) in Cover-Up of Media Scandal


Media Colludes (Again) in Cover-Up of Media Scandal

The following comment regarding the persistent harassment and death-threats by a New York Times staffer against author Abbe Diaz, for unveiling Times/Gawker journalistic misconduct, was removed from New York magazine’s feedback section:

"This might seem like a strange, mafia-ish argument to a non-JOURNALIST, but within the small world of MEDIA — particularly within the even smaller world of younger, less job-secure JOURNALISTS — it makes sense for at least two reasons."

"… all of us who have had such concerns remain liars by omission."

"… the fraud could have been uncovered sooner, potentially forestalling a great deal of the disruption it inflicted on various careers and on JOURNALISM as a whole."

I hope you’re paying attention New York Times (and New York magazine). Because when your media scandal finally emerges in the mainstream, it’s probably gonna look a lot like this.

New York Times Staffers Continue Cyber-Harassment Against Bestselling Author, for Unveiling Alleged NY Times Impropriety

By the way, is there a "cesspool… 4chan of" the Media? Asking for a friend.


The above commentary was deleted from New York magazine’s comment section, under the article, "How a Graduate Student Reluctantly Uncovered a Huge Scientific Fraud."

It was originally posted as the last and topmost comment within the public discussion and was screen-captured immediately following its submission. It garnered attention from New York magazine’s readers, bringing a signifcant amount of traffic to this website before New York magazine deleted it, in under 24 hours.

It’s worth noting that when New York magazine deletes a comment, it usually leaves a message in its place reading, "This comment has been removed by moderators for being inappropriate." No such notification was given in this case.

This is not the first time that New York magazine has engaged in censorship toward author Abbe Diaz:
– In 2008, Diaz’s rebuttal was deleted from the comment section of its Grubstreet blog despite Diaz being the main subject of a flagrantly biased and disparaging report.
– In 2013, Diaz’s responses were also deleted from libelous New York magazine "reportage" that blindly reiterated a reprehensibly erroneous New York Post article regarding the businesses of Diaz’s husband. It was the second time that New York magazine had mistakenly reported gross inaccuracies, completely ignoring the facts contained in official New York State and federal court transcripts.

It’s also worth noting that Diaz’s second book, PX Me – The Sequel to PX This, contains cogent evidence that New York magazine commissioned author Jay McInerney to pen a multi-page "damage-control" essay in favor of chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, immediately following the release of PX This, Diaz’s published diary and exposé of Vongerichten’s enterprise. [Jean-Georges’s organization was later implicated in the misappropriation of workers’ tips, resulting in a class-action lawsuit and court settlement of $1.75M].

McInerney’s essay, which blatantly attempted "practically line for line," to dispel Diaz’s multiple allegations of wrongdoing perpetrated by Jean-Georges’s organization, failed to mention and/or acknowledge the existence of PX This, despite the essay’s obvious intent to mitigate Diaz’s implications. McInerney’s reportage without proper context constitutes a glaring journalistic ethical violation. The resultant cover story "advertorial" in favor of Jean-Georges, which appeared in New York magazine, was not disclosed nor delineated as such in any way.

PX Me also contains other examples of journalistic misdeeds on the part of New York magazine, including the falsification and misrepresentation of information presented in its regular and special feature stories.

** UPDATE **
New York Magazine essentially admits it censors comments regarding Abbe Diaz and the Gawker/ NY Times misconduct.
[ Here’s the screen-capture, just in case, cuz we alls know how stuff like this has the tendency to just kinda disappear at New York magazine.]

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