Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Ervse.com

Come on, Ervse.com.  Who are you trying to fool?

You published an article on May 16 titled "Police officer to donate kidney to boy, 8, she just met."

KETV published on article on May 16 titled "Police officer to donate kidney to boy, 8, she just met."

Your opening:
A police officer in Rock County is going out of her way to donate a kidney to a little boy she’d just met.   
Milton Township police officer Lindsey Bittorf was going through Facebook in early December when she saw a post from a Janesville mother who’d made a public appeal for potential donors.   
Kristi Goll turned to social media after years of testing determined that friends and family weren’t a match for her boy, 8-year-old Jackson Arneson, who was born with a condition called Posterior Urethral Valves. 
KETV's opening:
A police officer in Wisconsin is going above and beyond the call of duty to donate a kidney to a little boy she'd just met.  
Milton Township police officer Lindsey Bittorf was perusing Facebook in early December when she came across a post from a Janesville mother who'd made a public plea for potential donors.  
Kristi Goll turned to social media after years of testing determined that friends and family weren't a match for her boy, 8-year-old Jackson Arneson, who was born with a condition called Posterior Urethral Valves.
You took KETV's content, and then loaded up your page with advertisements from AdChoices.  That's not right, bro.  (Archive of the Ervse article: http://archive.is/25eij)