Saturday 24 May 2008

'Impartial' BBC...? Yeah, Right!

The trial in the case of Keith Brown has finally delivered its verdict:
A man has been convicted of the manslaughter of a BNP activist in a long-running neighbour dispute.

As all the other BBC web reports on this have been calling it (they can still be seen in the sidebar), he's been a 'neighbour':

Jury out in neighbour murder case
Court hears of neighbour 'hell'
Man stabbed neighbour in dispute

So why the change to an unsympathetic description now his violent attacker has been convicted? It's almost as if they were suggesting that...

Nah, couldn't be.

Update: The 'Times' report is even worse, using the headline 'Muslim cleared of murdering BNP man'! The report skips over the fact that he's been convicted of manslaughter, and proceeds to lay out all the alleged 'provocation' that Khan's defence lawyer claimed at the trial.

It seems the MSM is happy to blame the victim, so long as they are the 'right' victim...

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