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Guardian Columnist Kia Abdullah Tweets For Joy That Max Boomgaarden-Cook, Bruno Melling-Firth And Conrad Quashie Are Dead

by | 3rd, July 2011

HATS off to Guardian columnist (well, she writes online at Comment Is Free ) Kia Abdullah for forming an award opinion that readers can sink their chops into and tackle about in the comments sections and on Twitter. Abdullah says she “smiled” when she learnt that students Max Boomgaarden-Cook, 20, Bruno Melling-Firth and Conrad Quashie, both 19, had died in a coach crash in Thailand last Tuesday. She Tweeted:

“Is it really awful that I don’t feel any sympathy for anyone killed on a gap year? I actually smiled when I saw that they had double-barrelled surnames. Sociopath?”

No. Just a newspaper columnist looking to make a name for herself. Job done, Kia. You’re famous! Shame you had to do it on the back of three dead

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