Pepper spray vs. physical force
I completely and totally disagree with your assessment. The suspension was not newsworthy at any time, however, the pepper-spraying of the students was and still is, with major reports in the process of being released in a matter of days to weeks - all of which highlight the incident, not the suspension of the police. The attempt to highlight a non-notable element of a news story in order to downplay the incident was either an act of incomprehensible incompetence, or a transparent attempt to dismiss it, and that is exactly what I objected to in the beginning of this thread, as the editor in question purposefully altered the relevant story to a non-notable one by changing the title. It was ridiculous then and it remains ridiculous now.
Gee. What a proctologist!
Let's see you write a news article then, instead of throwing peanuts from the cheap seats.
I wrote this a few days ago.
Doubt you could do anywhere near as well — except as a troll, which you're excelling at so far.
Now I know why that article is on top of the front page. This isn't Wikinews, this is Brian McNeil's ego-news. Thank you for explaining everything, it all makes sense now. No wonder there isn't anyone writing here. It's you and the tumbleweeds, Brian.
Luckily this is the comments namespace, you can troll all you like.
Hint: I'm not responsible for any of the other lead articles, so your implication holds less water than a colander.