Boom. Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster, in his most recent blog post, fires back at a South Carolina AG after he "accused craigslist, and [Buckmaster] personally, of engaging in criminal acts." See, after AG Henry McMaster demanded Craigslist remove their 'erotic services' section (a racy classified service already found in many major publications), due in part to the 'Craigslist Killer' story that took the media by storm, Buckmaster expertly fired back, "Have you fully considered the implications of your accusations against craigslist? What’s a crime for craigslist is clearly a crime for any company. Are you really prepared to condemn the executives of each of the mainstream companies linked above, and all the others that feature such ads, as criminals?"
Buckmaster goes on to skewer SC top brass, adding, "craigslist may not matter in your world view, despite our popularity among your constituents, but mightn’t you want an endorsement from any of the SC newspapers for your gubenatorial campaign, whose publishers you’ve just labeled as criminals?"
Read the CEO's wildly entertaining response in its entirety, right here.