From Salt Lake Tribune
Sarah Palin has done it again.
I wrote in 2009 about the former Republican vice presidential candidate's visit to Salt Lake City for a book signing at Costco when her team solicited an area beautician to do her hair for the event.
The woman went to Hotel Monaco in downtown Salt Lake City and, as instructed, left her car with the valet. She was taken to Palin's room and did her hair while the politician conversed with her family.
When finished, the beautician was putting her equipment away and suddenly realized everyone had left. She took the elevator to the lobby and saw Palin's party driving away.
Nobody paid her. Even worse, when she told the valet she was with the Palin party, he said nobody told him, so she had to fork over the $10 out of her own pocket.
Now, Palin is using a North Salt Lake photographer's copyright picture of a grizzly chasing a wolf in Yellowstone National Park on her Facebook page without crediting him.
Rob Daugherty, a wildlife photographer and tour guide, took the stunning photo Aug. 5, 2010. The image has been posted extensively on the Internet. Daugherty says when his credit line is missing and he informs the the Web venues that it's a copyright photo, they either take it down or add his credit line.
But earlier this week, when he pointed out that Palin's Facebook page had failed to credit him, Palin ignored him.
Instead, several of Palin's Facebook friends derided Daugherty for being petty and praised the former Alaska governor for loving America so much.
I checked on Sarah's Fecebook page and that picture is gone! Guess she doesn't want to get sued again. I think Rob should anyway.