Charlene Downes - a murder too far for the MSM
Charlene was last seen by her family on 3rd November, 2003. She had walked from her Blackpool home to the North Pier, and never returned. For more than two years the police pursued their enquiries diligently, categorising the case as a murder investigation as well as a “missing persons”. Some 3,000 men were DNA-tested during the course of the investigation, and an appeal was launched on the BBC’s “Crimewatch”.
A few days ago the breakthrough came and this brief report appeared - though originally in which paper, regional or national, I have not yet discovered.
Well, try googling for Iyad Albattikhi. You will find no shocked national reportage of how an English child was slaughtered, her flesh rendered for burgers of all things and her bones for tile grout. You will find no claims that she was “academic”, nor that she had “high hopes” of a “bright future” when her “studies” were complete - she is not African, after all. Actually, you will find literally nothing.
One day in ten, fifteen, maybe twenty years, her abuser and killer will walk from his cell into the gentle, misty light of north-west England. He will be free and will, under English law, be considered to have repaid his debt to society.
Neither in the shameful failure to report the end of the police investigation now nor in the eventual punishment of the killer does our effeminated, debt-paid society honour her aright.
What are the liberal arguments for that, again? What is the argument for press censorship on crimes against whites? And what is the argument for keeping murderous animals - any murderous animals regardless of you-know-what - alive and breathing the fart-filled air in our prison system for a couple of decades?
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