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wherebee

The media and Naming/No Naming

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Here is a good example to use to pose a question I have:

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/nov/04/man-charged-with-attempted-of-seven-year-old-girl

You'll notice that the man has been charged only.  He is named - fully - and his age given.

Yet in lots of cases where minority offenders are arrested and charged for murder, rape, etc,, no name is given in the media until much later in the court process, if at all.  My personal view is that this is due to anti-white racism in the MSM, seeking to conceal non-white offender names - but I could be wrong.  Anyone who knows the UK law care to comment?

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3 hours ago, This Time said:

The media aren't allowed to name offenders who are minors.

Thanks, TT.  I didn't know that.

But...I see cases where the offenders are adults and still no naming goes on.  Other reasons?

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4 hours ago, wherebee said:

Thanks, TT.  I didn't know that.

But...I see cases where the offenders are adults and still no naming goes on.  Other reasons?

To be fair to editors on the MSM, it's hard to spell/pronounce those mumbo jumbo names!

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15 hours ago, wherebee said:

Thanks, TT.  I didn't know that.

But...I see cases where the offenders are adults and still no naming goes on.  Other reasons?

You're also not allowed to name the victim. I read a few different versions of this story and some of them said that they weren't naming the suspect because that would identify the victim.

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3 minutes ago, Napoleon Dynamite said:

Another strange (and possibly related) one here:

http://www.wilmslow.co.uk/news/article/16593/cctv-appeal-following-theft-of-curtains-from-handforth-dean-store

3 girls shoplifted and got caught on CCTV.  The images available are tiny and you have to fill in a form (on the police website) to view larger ones.

Why?

They must be under-age and you may be a pervert.

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2 minutes ago, Chewing Grass said:

They must be under-age and you may be a pervert.

Ah ok. That'd explain it.

Although I'd have to cover a lot more of internet before I'd have to resort to pictures of those three to satisfy my perversions.

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On 11/4/2017 at 13:46, wherebee said:

Here is a good example to use to pose a question I have:

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/nov/04/man-charged-with-attempted-of-seven-year-old-girl

You'll notice that the man has been charged only.  He is named - fully - and his age given.

Yet in lots of cases where minority offenders are arrested and charged for murder, rape, etc,, no name is given in the media until much later in the court process, if at all.  My personal view is that this is due to anti-white racism in the MSM, seeking to conceal non-white offender names - but I could be wrong.  Anyone who knows the UK law care to comment?

As others have said it is often to do with the age of the accused, if they are under 18 (or possibly 16 - can't recall) then they must not be named until they are of age. However the media organisation can choose to withhold the names of adults if they so wish, you see this quite a lot in my local newspaper as they don't name "asylum seekers" involved in the recent crime wave in Kent, even though they are older than 18. The reason for doing so is dubious, I suspect because they don't want to be labelled as "rayciss".

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These stories leaking out - how can they go to court if the story has been half told to the media?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-41885898/my-rape-claims-were-ignored-by-commons
"She was raped multiple times and when he left the next morning..."

She went to the police and reported it to the clerk of the house of commons. It was someone who worked for an MP. 

What did the police do? 
 

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5 hours ago, sarahbell said:

These stories leaking out - how can they go to court if the story has been half told to the media?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-41885898/my-rape-claims-were-ignored-by-commons
"She was raped multiple times and when he left the next morning..."

She went to the police and reported it to the clerk of the house of commons. It was someone who worked for an MP. 

What did the police do? 
 

Yeah. What did they do?

The story does not add up. Crime number? Investigating officer?

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Northern Echo is terrible for not naming sex attacks by black brown men.

They see it as a duty to hide the names.

Fortunately they are tardy on turning the comments ofg, so the jungle drums write it up.

There is an ethnic migrant sex crime wave in mboro and darlo at the mo.

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27 minutes ago, spygirl said:

Northern Echo is terrible for not naming sex attacks by black brown men.

They see it as a duty to hide the names.

Fortunately they are tardy on turning the comments ofg, so the jungle drums write it up.

There is an ethnic migrant sex crime wave in mboro and darlo at the mo.

Turning Swedish 

Middlesborough twinned with Malmo 

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