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Jaycee Lee Dugard Lived In Britain

jaycee-tabloid-bingoJAYCEE Lee Dugard – Anorak’s look at Jaycee Dugard in the news: With Baby P, Madeleine McCann, Shannon Matthews, 9/11, Afghanistan, War on Terror, Mumbai Massacre, the Asian tsunami and Sue Carroll…

Lest you think the story of Jaycee Dugard is not relevant to you, dear Britisher, that you are just gawping at suffering and sensation, Sue Carroll sets you straight, and engages in a rich game of Tabolid Bingo. See how many stories you can spot being linked to Our Jaycee:

Daily Mirror: “Who’s to say there isn’t a Jaycee Lee Dugard in Britain?”

How ironic that during Jaycee’s incarceration the world has witnessed terrorist atrocities, disasters and war but missed completely the cruelty inflicted on an innocent little girl locked away in a paedophile’s suburban backyard.

9/11. Mumbai. Tsunami. Iraq. Bing…. Wait for it. Sue Carroll has more:

We know enough about the death of Baby P to recognise no stone must be left unturned when a child’s life is in question.

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Posted: 2nd, September 2009 | In: Key Posts, Reviews | Comment

Mumbai Tourist Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab Is Gunman, Terrorist And Jew

mohammed-ajmal-amir-kasabWHAT do we call Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab, aka Mohammad Ajmal Amir Qasab, aka Ajmal Amir Kasav, is a terorist who played a role in the Mumbai attacks.

Kasav’s orders were “kill to the last breath”.

The Times of India knows what he is. The New York Times is uncertain:

Kasab was captured in a chilling photograph and now he has confessed his role in the Mumbai terrorist attacks, but he remains a ‘gunman‘, rather than a ‘terrorist‘, for the New York Times and other leading American newspapers. And with a reason…

For the New York Times and the Washington Post, Kasab is strictly a gunman.

Mumbai Gunman Enters Plea Of Guilty“, the Post headline read a day later, and the 428 words of the report from New Delhi do not include “terrorist” — not even to qualify the “attack“.

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Posted: 27th, July 2009 | In: Reviews | Comment (1)