Lessons Learnt From The Raoul Moat TV Show: Viewers Demand Televised Death
THE TV show that was Raoul Maot’s death continues to get rave reviews. The death of a bouncer is always a sad moment. It was only a disappointment that Sky News didn’t kill him to add a sense of dramatic closure to the endless build up. Any repeat of this and Sky News will fall out of favour and more of us will watch the highlights package on ITV.
And what does it mean for the license fee if we can’t see a man blowing his face off and get a health warning and number to call in case we feel sick?
Anorak thinks Sky should offer a premium-premium rate service. For an extras £5 a month, you can see the bullet entering Moat’s head – or whoever the Fugitive is.
Before Bouncers scout around for someone capable to working a Newcastle club door, we hear that Raoul Moat’s uncle says Sam Stobbard – she was shot in the arm and body by Moat – has “blood on her hands”.
Charles Alexander, for it is he, says:
“She was the catalyst which finally released the monster that Raoul had become…
“The worst aspect is that after telling the lies that finished in the deaths of two men, the shooting and maiming of a PC and the suffering and anguish to three families, she has now sold her story for a ‘substantial sum’, which to me is her reward in blood.”
She was paid in blood?
Such is the excuse for Moat’s action. Although Mr Alexander adds that his nephew’s crimes are “inexcusable“.
In other news, tributes are flooding in for the man who could really fill a pub doorway and could spot a pair of trainers at 100 paces…