On Oct. 9, the Danbury Patch website ran an article called "Danbury Police Log: Shots Fired, Felon With a Dangerous Weapon."
From what I have learned about internet writing, the subheading shouldn't be a legal disclaimer, but a quick synopsis of the article. The disclaimer could still be placed at the bottom, but the subheading should be a basic "Report of gun shots leads to arrest of convicted felon."
This wasn't really a catch, but I meant to write about this last week. A women was detained and strip searched on 9/11 after being pulled off her plane because of "suspicious behavior." The government was allowed to do that because of the Patriot Act. I found it disgusting that we are allowed to behave this way, but it is for our own safety.