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Media Murders

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posted on Oct, 16 2005 @ 05:11 PM
To nudge nudge, wink wink on the media for a bit,

When there is a big story of a misssing child or teenage girl as the news headlines, usually police find the victim afterwards killed or raped and dumped in a ditch after abduction, ok always. Ever since the seventies, this joke has continued at this level in the UK. With logic and understanding on how many kids and girls go missing every year, the chances of the newsCasters, choosing to talk about girls/kids that are rescued after reporting their loss is very probable given that most kids are found or live on after running from home... so why are their always deaths on the news with the selected one out of the crowd odf originally missing kids. Did they, the news readers/casters, unluckily choose the lost who would be victims by random every time this event occured in the news since the seventies?

As if they could only know that someone was going to die before picking through the long list of runaway's and reported lost children.....a typical human blind spot perhaps?

because really, when a kid goes missing, they never make the headlines, so what the heck is going on.


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[edit on 16/10/2005 by Mirthful Me]


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