LOL. This has been going on forever. There is already a huge adult content blocker on the site that you have to click through to even get to it. Blogger put that up there after getting endless complaints about the site. And once you get to the site, there are more warnings than you’ve ever seen in your life telling you to be careful about watching certain things on there. Then there is a huge warning in block letters ordering everyone under 18 not to view the material. Next there is a recommendation that parents purchase blocking software to protect their kids. I’ve already submitted my site to every blocking software company I could find so they can put it on their block list. Seeing as Blogger has known about the content of the site forever, I doubt if they are going to do anything about it. Doesn’t violate the policy anyway:
Crude Content: Don’t post content just to be shocking or graphic. For example, collections of close-up images of gunshot wounds or accident scenes without additional context or commentary would violate this policy.
The shock stuff is always accompanied by richly detailed articles detailing the incident recorded in the videos or photos. For the post in question, my overview on the incident is one of the best on the web outside of Wikipedia. The reporting has been praised in the comments section and in regular emails to me as informative, sensitive and well-written.