Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Who's Been Tampering With The MSM ?

Say, does anyone know if anything's happened in the Jessie James case ? I think I heard something on the radio, during the bulletin at every-single-*******-hour-all-day o'clock.

Oh right, here it is. Stop the Press! Police may be about to make some arrests. Hey, I'm not complaining. In fact, I'm glad we don't just shrug our shoulders and accept this sort of thing as normal, but it does kind of blow out of the water the Left's claim that the MSM's minimalist coverage of a certain other case is because they don't usually carry reports until there's an actual verdict.

Take one recent event in the Charlene Downes case, this comment from the presiding judge:
[Mr Justice Henriques] praised [the jury] for being "highly professional" in the midst of "continuous tensions and pressure".
Hello ? If this citizen suspects attempts have been made to pressure the jury during this trial, shouldn't he report it to......

Ah - I see the problem. But, apparently, no one from the MSM does. A judge in a murder trial has just made a cryptic admission that jury members have been pressured, and it's a yawner. Same ol', same ol'. I guess they're tied up covering the news that the police have issued a statement saying they think the suspects in the Jessie James case 'may be dangerous'.


Call me cruel, and yes, two wrongs don't make a right, but in so far as 15 year old Mr James was gunned down in the early hours of the morning on his way to a party, I can't help wondering if counsel for the prosecution in this case will share his opinion on how likely the victim was to be 'tucked up at home at 10 o'clock at night.'

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