Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Outrage D'Jour: Special 'Right To Know' Edition

Hey, remember how the BBC used to give banner coverage to any criticism of the Army by Andrew Wakefield, media whore and alleged coroner? Having a leftist hack carry out a witch hunt of the Army months after the fact is a vital part of our democracy, but investigating certain other bodies? Not so much:
In July, the BBC failed at a private hearing before Greater Suffolk coroner Dr Peter Dean to restrict the scope of the inquest. But he rejected their arguments, saying the inquiry would look into whether Miss Peyton felt pressure to take the job.
Your licence fee in action. The BBC must be the only media organisation in the world that spends most of its time trying to keep the public in the dark.

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