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New York Times fires ‘Wirecutter’ editor accused of leaving profane voicemails for gun rights group

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The National Organization responded by Publish recordings that it said contained voicemail messages that Marquis had left at its office, expressing her anger at the group. In the messages, which could not be independently verified, were from Marquis, who identified himself as “a New York Times journalist” and asked: “How do you sleep at night? And aren’t you just a little worried that there might be a hell, and when you meet God, He’ll send you there? The speaker then said she was “letting everyone at the New York Times know” what she thought of the organization.

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