Discussion in 'Bulletin Board' started by Wellsie, Sep 17, 2019.
I agree - you're absolutely right - it does depend who the 'victim' is.
it would be interesting to know who told the press in the first place and if the 'informant' was paid.
That's the problem a non story now gives birth to little sub plots.
I read the headline, said **** off and moved on. Honestly that newspaper is a cancer, it's an utter disgrace.
I dont follow the cricket, I've heard of Ben Stokes on the radio and such but i dont know his character. However I read through his statement that he posted on his Twitter account and the bloke just oozed class from.the first word to the last. Ben and his family have obviously experienced something horrific that no family should have to go through, ever. I imagine mentally it must be the hardest thing in the world to overcome, so why on earth would that shitrag choose to plaster that across the web? Its ******* disgraceful!
I hope people see the sun for what they are and stop feeding their bigwigs pockets.
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