One thing ALWAYS really tends to boil my urine following ‘terror’ attacks and that is when the civilian press go and try to make contact with the family and friends of people suspected of being involved in such acts of evil.
For example, earlier on today, I heard a reporter say that the individual arrested following yesterday’s suspected terror attack in London was a “humble” man.
Try telling that to the men and women who were mowed down as they made their way to work.
Are we supposed to feel ‘sorry’ for these terror suspects? Are we supposed to ‘warm’ to them in some way? What complete and utter rubbish!
Absolutely no one cares what sort of person he/she might have been.
Our eyes do not lie to us and when we see people acting like deranged and delusional murderers, then, guess what; that’s what they are!
Broadcaster the word ‘humble’ whilst talking about someone who is suspected of being involved in a terror offence means that the word ‘humble’ will never have the same meaning again.
At least, not in my eyes anyway!
Instead of hearing from the friends and family members of SUSPECTS, why don’t we hear from the friends and family members of the victims?
Let us hear about the lives which have been ruined from these mindless and senseless attacks rather than about the lives of attention-seeking delusional murderers who harbour hatred for people they have never even met!
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