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How Joanna Yeates Became A Daily Mail Parlour Game

by | 25th, January 2011

JOANNA Yeates’s alleged killer Vincent Tabak is in court. And Chris Jefferies – the man monstered by the media – remains under police bail. He may yet have his day in court.

While we wait for the next instalment, let’s take a moment to look back at the Mail’s handling of the story do far. And it’s all about the question and how one woman’s death can be turned into a form of entertainment you can play along with at home. The question will be printed on cards and each player will deliver their answer in the form of a report. Bonus points will awarded for use of the word “blonde” and creating new questions:

“Is lovely Jo becoming just another thumbnail on the police website” – Liz Jones

“Did A Facebook friend kill Jo?”

“Was Joanna’s body hidden next to her flat?”

“Did Joanna Yates buy cider for her killer?”

“Could landlord hold key to Joanna’s murder”

“Did Jo buy dinner for her killer?”

“Are TWO killers are large?”

“Did Jo Yeates tip off her killer that she’d be home alone?”

“Was Jo strangled with her own sock?”

“Did killer strangle Jo with her own ski sock then take it as a trophy?”

Does the Mail enjoy a good murder..?

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