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The Sun Makes Murder A Spectator Sport

by | 1st, October 2008

THE Sun’s “major summit on crime” concludes that “killers should be stripped of human rights”.

To the Sun’s Broken Britain summit where the greedy ( Cherie Blair ) , the gung-ho (“Top American cop” Bill Bratton) and the gray (Chris Grayling, the shadow works and pensions secretary) are chewing the fat with the grieving relatives of victims: former EastEnders actress Brooke Kinsella , whose brother was stabbed to death; and Marcia Shakespeare, whose daughter was murdered.

The Sun seems to have adopted the interviewing policy of its sister organ at Sky Sports, seeking the opinions of those still hot with endeavour and rage.

Reporter : “So Marcia, what do you think of your daughter being murdered? Disappointed to have lost a loved one in controversial circumstances?”

Victim : “The judiciary have made a mockery of it. What’s the point when that happens? They got away with murder out there today.”

Brooke Kinsella says she fells “there is not hope” in this country. Marci Shakespeare says she is “stigmatised”.

Cherie Blair says “everybody’s rights” should be protected, including the “most unpopular people in our society”. Yeah, like

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