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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

The Examiner's Crime Reporters Get a Mary-Kate & Ashley Makeover

Posted By on Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 3:20 PM

  • Crime fighters and BFFs!

Here at SF Weekly, there's nothing we love as much as The Examiner's Law & Disorder crime-roundup page, where thugs, goons, punks, and broads batter the hell out of each other in headlines so lurid and purple they seemed to have been dictated by crotchety hobos.

Or make that where thugs et al. used to batter each other. Since the paper's recent change in ownership, Law & Disorder has become more housebroken each day. The headlines involve "suspect"s. Once in a while there's an "allegedly." And now, today, Law & Disorder reporters Mike Aldax and Rob Nagle are posed back-to-back in the classic mystery-solving stance of child detectives everywhere.

Or of Mary-Kate and Ashley.


Newspapers have to be bold to succeed these days, so we suggest The Examiner doll its crime-fighting duo up in some of these classic Olsen outfits:




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