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Martin Brunt asking question about the Cumbria murders - why doesn't he do the job he's paid for and ask questions like this about the McCanns?

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Martin Brunt asking question about the Cumbria murders - why doesn't he do the job he's paid for and ask questions like this about the McCanns?

Post by ufercoffy on 04.06.10 10:16

Why won't Cumbria police tell us how Derrick Bird's bloody rampage came to an end?
All we know is that he apparently shot himself dead after nearly four hours on his shooting spree in which he killed 12 and injured another 11 victims.
But did the cops have him surrounded in his final moments, was there a stand-off, did they shout warnings, were they even close to him when he pulled his last trigger?
There's not going to be a trial, so why are they so reluctant to give us those details? Is there something to hide?
Who did he shoot first, what have they unearthed about his recent private life?
When the detective in charge was asked if Bird left a suicide note, he simply dismissed the questioner with a curt "next question?"
It was a bit different a day or so before when police were urging the media to put out warnings telling Cumbrians to stay in doors to avoid the madman on the loose.
The cops' poor communication is now fueling online debate about why it took them so long to locate Bird and if they could have prevented some of his murders.

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Posted by: BeckyBoo35 on June 4, 2010 9:29 AM
I'm disgusted with the way you are trying in vain to blame the police now for the lack of information being released....released to!!! Is this so you get the story...the main scoop...the headlines....your fueling the so called online theories...for your gain...not for anyother means....An investigation is ongoing, whether the suspect is deceased or not they do not have to release any information....I suppose your next story line will be how it was the police's fault that it took 4 hours to stop him....well I do not see you Mr Brunt with a police uniform on putting yourself in the line of fire...just standing in front of a camera..pointing your fingers of blame at whoever you can find....the one person to blame is Mr Derrick Bird....Please Skynews...don't turn this in to a police witch hunt because you have nothing better to report on

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Post by Pascal on 04.06.10 17:14

I don't understand what you mean re the McCanns. Are you suggesting that Brunty should be interrogating them? Based on what evidence though? The media only have to sneeze something 'anti' McCann in order to merit a 'Rucking' - so I can't see why you would be surprised that there are no pressing questions.

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