Spike Lee published the wrong address of an elderly couple to have the mob target them during the Trayvon Martin debacle.
Charles C. Johnson published the correct address of a woman who was supposed to be quarantined during an ebola outbreak and who hadn’t received any supplies or food.
Why wasn't Spike Lee's account suspended when he posted a PHYSICAL ADDRESS of someone in a threatening manner?
— Anthony De Rosa (@Anthony) July 31, 2012
Johnson was suspended from Twitter but Lee was also to free to continue posting.
Johnson had his full Twitter privileges restored to him after deleting the ebola patient’s family’s address.