Now the prison inmates are walking up to prison guards and reciting the guards' exact home address to them. "Now we know where you live, sucka!"... and comments like that. They got the addresses, from the newspaper's published map of gun owner permits. Good job, Rockland Journal News. You won't need police protection any time soon, will you, newpapers people? Cops may be too busy guarding their own homes against recently-released criminals, to respond to your calls. I know I would be. Hope the paper's publishers don't mind. ------------------------------------------------- http://newyork.newsday.com/news/nat...ap-endangers-officers-officials-say-1.4407323 Journal News gun permit map endangers officers, officials say Originally published: January 4, 2013 3:40 PM Updated: January 4, 2013 4:01 PM By SARAH ARMAGHAN email@example.com Criticism of The Journal News, which published a gun permit database last month, broadened Friday with Rockland law enforcement officials saying the map listing the names and addresses of those with gun permits is endangering lives. Inmates at the Rockland County jail are taunting corrections officers by saying they know the guards' home addresses -- information they got from the list published by Westchester-based newspaper, Rockland County Sheriff Louis Falco said. "Since about 9:30 this morning, I've been in a meeting with my corrections officers and their unions. They have inmates coming up to them and telling them exactly where they live. That's not acceptable to me," Falco said at a news conference Friday morning in New City, where local leaders condemned the list. Falco, along with other supporting police chiefs and county legislators, wants the paper to remove the information from its website.