Thursday, 27 August 2009

A vivid imagination

Noor Ramjanally and two smiling policemen

Who wants to bet that when this story turns out to be a hoax that the London Evening Standard will give that equally prominent coverage? .... nobody? ......hmmmm I don't blame you.

The media actually prints this rubbish and then expects us to take them seriously.


As expected, Mr Ramjanally has been arrested and charged with perverting the course of justice (also known as "making stuff up") When will the police and media accept that 98% of these alleged "hate crimes" are hoaxes?

In fairness to the Standard, they did publish the story reasonably prominently, however, I doubt they have learnt their lesson.


Fidothedog said...

You know I have a feeling that before long he will be "helping police with their inquiries" and maybe charged with wasting their time.

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Anonymous said...

Hoaxus Pocus

Anonymous said...

Typical... in a few weeks time they will print a retraction buried in the middle of the paper somewhere. I'm betting with you Sarah.

The problem is however the damage will have been done. MSM 1 - Normal common decent people 0

alanorei said...

These fellows have another fantasy. It's called the Qur'an.

Anonymous said...

Must be a new trend developing in western countries... as Britain is not alone in this example.

Canada just had it's own recent version of a fake abduction as reported HERE.