This morning, the Examiner’s Bill Myers dropped a sweet story on the D.C. Police Department’s in-fighting over the Trinidad checkpoints. What makes the story so great is that Myers actually got the police department to respond to a FOIA and give him internal e-mails. So instead of boilerplate, he’s got the good stuff. It seems Assistant Chief Diane Groomes really had some issues with the checkpoints.

The problem I have is with his own newspaper. In presenting it on the web, they bolded three topic points at the beginning of his story: “Diane Groome, Chief Cathy Lanier, Barricades.” Which name did they spell wrong?

It’s Groomes not Groome!

Hey Examiner, you finally got a good story and you screw it up with a freshman mistake!