Thursday, December 28, 2006

Men of No Appearance and a Jooooooo..ess

Carefully documented (for eg. here, here and here) by Tim Blair, and reported by none other than the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH), Men of No Appearance have been hitting the streets of Sydney in rage. Note that they are the perpetrators of crimes.

Contrast this with how they describe the victim of a strangulation and disposal in a wheelie bin (moreover in the first sentence):
An elderly Holocaust survivor strangled to death and dumped in a wheelie bin was a "very timid and very kind" woman who never bothered anyone, neighbours say.
Also notice the description of the investigation:
Police have mounted an unusually big investigation, with a team of more than 20 detectives questioning local residents and shopkeepers about the murder.

No doubt, because the Elders of Zion have tapped the Commissioner on the shoulder. Maybe it is unusually large. But thats besides the point.

The SMH sees it fit to give a good description of the victim of a crime and the nature of the police investigation in this particular instance. The question I have is, why doesn't the SMH report the contents of actual police reports of incidents involving Men of No Appearance accurately to its readers?

For the dummies (dhimmis): it might be something to do with the ethnicity of the perpetrators/victims.

Update [28 December 2006, 5:49PM EST]: Notice how News Limited is reporting the story? No mention of an "unusually big investigation". More accurately they report that a Strike Force has been assembled to investigate the apparent murder:
Strike Force Miriam, comprising detectives from State Crime Commands Homicide Squad and Rose Bay Local Area Command, has been formed to investigate the death.
SMH still sticking with "unusually big investigation".
Update [29 December 2006, 9:51AM EST]: The SMH has dropped the "unusually big investigation" line. Instead it mentions that 20 detectives have been allocated to investigate this apparent murder:
Twenty detectives were assigned to investigate a death that was burdened by added sorrow once details of Mrs Schweitzer's life story emerged.
No mention of the Strike Force set up to investigate her death.

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Manny Is Here: Men of No Appearance and a Jooooooo..ess

Thursday, December 28, 2006

Men of No Appearance and a Jooooooo..ess

Carefully documented (for eg. here, here and here) by Tim Blair, and reported by none other than the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH), Men of No Appearance have been hitting the streets of Sydney in rage. Note that they are the perpetrators of crimes.

Contrast this with how they describe the victim of a strangulation and disposal in a wheelie bin (moreover in the first sentence):
An elderly Holocaust survivor strangled to death and dumped in a wheelie bin was a "very timid and very kind" woman who never bothered anyone, neighbours say.
Also notice the description of the investigation:
Police have mounted an unusually big investigation, with a team of more than 20 detectives questioning local residents and shopkeepers about the murder.

No doubt, because the Elders of Zion have tapped the Commissioner on the shoulder. Maybe it is unusually large. But thats besides the point.

The SMH sees it fit to give a good description of the victim of a crime and the nature of the police investigation in this particular instance. The question I have is, why doesn't the SMH report the contents of actual police reports of incidents involving Men of No Appearance accurately to its readers?

For the dummies (dhimmis): it might be something to do with the ethnicity of the perpetrators/victims.

Update [28 December 2006, 5:49PM EST]: Notice how News Limited is reporting the story? No mention of an "unusually big investigation". More accurately they report that a Strike Force has been assembled to investigate the apparent murder:
Strike Force Miriam, comprising detectives from State Crime Commands Homicide Squad and Rose Bay Local Area Command, has been formed to investigate the death.
SMH still sticking with "unusually big investigation".
Update [29 December 2006, 9:51AM EST]: The SMH has dropped the "unusually big investigation" line. Instead it mentions that 20 detectives have been allocated to investigate this apparent murder:
Twenty detectives were assigned to investigate a death that was burdened by added sorrow once details of Mrs Schweitzer's life story emerged.
No mention of the Strike Force set up to investigate her death.

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