UPDATE: As of 11:40 December 3, 2014 Twitter has reinstated the The People’s Cube Twitter account.
The People’s Cube is reporting that their Twitter account with over 4000 followers has been suspended for retweeting a post with the addresses of New York Times reporters Julie Bosman and Campbell Robertson.
The Times reporters had posted the address of unindicted Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson and his wife shortly after the verdict.
The popular conservative art humor website is not alone among conservative Twitter accounts that have been targeted.
It has also been reported that the Cube is not alone, indicating that Twitter is targeting conservative reaction to the outing of Wilson. Wilson has received multiple death-threats and the FBI has arrested Jaleel Tarik Abdul-Jabbaar for plotting to kill Wilson.
GotNews Editor-in-Chief, Charles C. Johnson was suspended by Twitter for posting the reporters addresses on the GotNews website and merely mentioning it on Twitter. Bosman has complained to the Chicago police and demanded V.I.P. protection though the Chicago Police say there’s no credible threat against her.
Conservative twitters have been emailing Johnson trying to reinstall their own accounts after they were mass suspended.
Concerned fans can tweet their support for the “Cube” to @support via their Twitter accounts or by clicking this link.