Lindsey Stone And Jamie Schuh Apologize For Infamous Facebook Photo

Lindsey Stone and Jamie Schuh (Facebook)

As a follow-up to yesterday’s viral post on Lindsey Stone (we lost count after the first few thousand like and links), today Stone and Jamie Schuh issued an apology that was published in The Boston Herald:

We sincerely apologize for all the pain we have caused by posting the picture we took in Washington DC on Facebook. While posted on a public forum, the picture was intended only for our own amusement. We never meant any disrespect to any of the people nationwide who have served this country and defended our freedom so valiantly. It was meant merely as a visual pun, intending to depict the exact opposite of what the sign said, and had absolutely nothing to do with the location it was taken or the people represented there. We never meant to cause any harm or disrespect to anyone, particularly our men and women in uniform. We realize it was in incredibly poor taste, and are deeply sorry for the offense we have caused.

We also sincerely apologize to LIFE, Inc. It is an amazing organization that provides invaluable services to adults with learning and developmental disabilities. We are beyond remorseful that our actions have caused them such undue public scrutiny. The disrespect implied by our picture has nothing at all to do with LIFE’s mission statement or values. We regret having caused any suffering to the staff members, residents, families and friends.

Again, we very sincerely apologize to everyone who took offense to the photo. We realize that it was an ignorant and distateful thing for us to do, but we truly meant no harm. We are deeply sorry.

In case you missed it the yesterday, here is photo that got the two women in trouble. It was taken on a work trip in October by Schuh who is a Director at LIFE.

Update: The two women are now unemployed.

Previously: Meet Lindsey Stone, Self-Professed Douchebag

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