September 22, 2009 @ 6:04 pm
Earlier today, we tried posting a video Suzannah B. Troy made of someone from David Yassky’s campaign breaking a city law regarding posting materials in public spaces. The video disappeared, and Suzannah informed us that her YouTube account was suspended and the 300+ videos she had worked very hard on had disappeared. Suzannah is a very vocal critic of not only Bloomberg, but also Christine Quinn and other City Council members who voted to extend term limits.
Norman Siegel, in all his good graces, is offering to help Suzannah find a way to get her account reinstated. If anyone has any knowledge of how to do this, we’re sure Suzannah would be very grateful to be able to reclaim her videos back (not to mention, her First Amendment rights). Here’s the Yassky video which was re-posted on Dailymotion (which is where Suzannah has started a new account):
Uploaded by Suzannahbtroyartist. – News videos from around the world.
The Observer’s Azi Paybarah also posted a story about Suzannah losing her account. You can read the story here.
Suzannah’s blog and new video account below: