Media Hiding the Background of Slaughterer of Emily Jones

When 7-year-old British girl was stabbed to death by a woman in broad daylight at the Queen’s Park in Bolton on March 22, British propaganda mobs hid the identity of the killer. Now that monster has been charged with murder but presstitutes continue to guard the identity of her slaughterer.

Daily Mail reported today that 30-year-old Eltiona Skana was charged with the murder of Emily Jones. Aside from her name, the paper wrote in uncertain phrasing about her country of origin.

Skana, who is understood to originally be from Albania, was arrested at the scene and later detained under the Mental Health Act.

Where did they get this information from? No mention. Skana’s picture—which should have been on the billboard by now—is to be seen nowhere. Her ethnic background and religious or other affiliations are as much in the dark as anything. And Daily Mail is one of the publications that did a better job in hinting at her country of origin; others like BBC did short news brief posts with no questions asked or details provided as popular media outlets normally do when an issue is of interest to them. BBC’s post of this news is a total of 100 words – three times less than the length of a common blog post.

It is worth mentioning that the culprit in question was formerly said to be a Somali immigrant as someone on social media indicated so. But with the new bit of info about Albania as her country of origin, it is now even more important to actively search for her background and post as much info about her as anyone can get.

Butchers of children do not have rights to any sort of privacy. And that is what real journalists are supposed to and should do. The so-called media has sided with the murderer in this story and yet again proved a disgrace to journalism.

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