Thursday, 16 April 2009

Biased BBC's spin on Damian Green's innocence.

The BBC's Gillian Hargreaves has put up an article that uses "unnamed sources" sympathetic to Jacqui Smith. It wouldn't be Jacqui's porno watching husband would it Gillian? Here's what Gillian has to say about Damian Green's good news:
Sources close to Home Secretary Jacqui Smith have made it very clear to me that there was huge frustration.

They [the sources] are far from satisfied over the decision not to charge Mr Green or Mr Galley.

The sources point out that the director of public prosecutions said it had been right to call the police to investigate as soon as a pattern of leaks was established.

They [the sources] also highlight that the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said the relationship between Mr Green and Mr Galley had breached the standards expected of those in public service.
Why was it right to call the police to investigate if there was no case against Damian Green and no danger to national security?

And what the hell has the CPS got to do with standards expected of those in public service?

Sources close to the Home Secretary my arse. New Labour, same old spin.

3 comments:

Advanced Media Watch said...

BBC Scotland is not any better, they sook up to Labour at every turn. Glen Campbell being the real face of Labour on BBC Scotland.

Labour are orchestrated Damian Greens arrest and now that he has been found not guilty, Labour are now blaming everyone else.

Gallimaufry said...

"Sources close to Home Secretary Jacqui Smith have made it very clear to me that there was huge frustration."

Yup, porno channels in hotels always go blank and ask you to enter your credit card details just as the camera goes in close. (So sources close to me claim).

James D said...

They're not fooling anybody. Anyone who's watched Yes, Prime Minister will know that "sources close to" is a phrase utterly without any semantic value. What does our moronic Home Secretary think she's trying to achieve, and why does someone so bereft of competence continue to enjoy the Prime Minister's confidence?