All the aforementioned sites you listed, Jennifer, are illegal downloads to their blog sites.
Only the Atlanta Constitution ran the article. The article is still there, buried, on the Dispatch's web, but they no longer allow comments or have it on their front page. The article you posted, Grinch, was a CYA cover-their-as* post that failed totally to illuminate any of the problems with the video I relayed to the editor. The video is viral: from 63,000 hits yesterday to over 100,000. I talked directly to Doral, the reporter: he hasn't authorized ANYONE to use his video. The Dispatch hasn't given permission either. So goes the internet.....
This is one of the reasons I prefer live fact checking, as opposed to a cut and paste job illegally using someone elses' work. It's one thing to post it as a reference in a discussion: quite another to post an illegal video as a Web Site Attraction such as ProgressOhio, Daily Kos, HuffPo, and numerous liberal blog sites. At last count I saw 250 different sites using this video without permission, without context, and in it's pulled edited version (not the raw footage which shows the video in somewhat proper context.)
A couple of things happened you didn't see on the video that I learned from the editor and the reporter: the camera was already setup- 30 feet from a large tree. You can see it in the rsw footage. Bob sat down right next to the camera, on purpose. Doral said he was filming the pro-health people across the street. The street had traffic on it, going back and forth, and Bob sat down so close at one time, one of the Tea Party people had to pull him closer to the curb to keep him from getting hit. He mentions this in the ProgressOhio video. According to Doral, he just swiveled the camera around and down, after he heard some comments back and forth between Bob and the crowd. And that accounts for the unusual camera angle. He was practically on top of Bob to begin with. He could have gotten any number of shouting matches between the two parties, but filmed what he filmed. He said they were equally verbally combative, but no-one laid a hand on any one else, to both parties credit. He said he's covered several of these and what happens is this: the Pro/Anti health care people are seperated initially, with a street or physical impediment between them. Then, one person or two will wander over to the other group and they'll start arguing, almost always nonviolently. On balance, I would say this jerk with the tie was the exception, and was the result of several Red Rover Red Rover trips by both sides that finally reached a climax. That's just part of the background on the story that isn't in the film. There's much more than this, even to relate, but I don't want to really want to point fingers since the situation was resolved. This is also the weekend, and the weekly daily Editor isn't there, so who know what will happen next week.