Take the case of Tom Maynard, the cricketer who died on the railway yesterday morning. The circumstances are still speculation, but we know police did observe his car being driven 'erratically', we know a male ran off from that car, we know he was later found motionless on the line and he was then struck by a train and died. It's not going to take Sherlock Holmes, is it?
The papers are full of statements by his friends, his family, his ex-teacher, etc. It's a tragedy, a disaster, a horrible accident, life is 'cruel'. His girlfriend takes to Twitter for that most modern of habits, the public expressions of grieving.
Where are the thoughts for the police who stopped the car, who now face a grilling from the IPCC, for something they didn't cause and had no possible way to foresee?
Where are the thoughts for the train driver, who couldn't have avoided the accident, but must feel terrible, with the added 'celebrity' nature of the death?
In the comments, so far as I can see. Not in any main body of any MSM organ.
They are just the little people, you see. What do their feelings matter, when stacked up against a 'celebrity' death, and the chance for a feeding frenzy in the press?