Ask and you shall (not) receive (glad to see the controllers may be reading this blog). The Star‘s resident crime commentator says she saw the video of Mr. B. Why can’t the public? At least Americans got to see some (unconvincing) pictures of old (not a killer) Manson.
I wanted to see what he looks like today, the only reason for attending a hearing at the Napanee courthouse on Friday morning, where it was known in advance that Bernardo would appear only by video link from nearby Millhaven Institution.
Oh, but the video almost didn’t work.
Will we see a pic this fall? Guess it takes time to find an actor or morph a photo.
I used to like Blatchford and to a small degree Dimanno, the leading female crime/victim writers in Toronto media. With almost no paid columnists left, why are they still around? It’s their focus on vicsims and their (female) emotional appeal that hooks in readers. It’s their willingness to knowingly create fiction as fact. They are the ultimate media perps, the arch enemy of truth.
Canada always gets the cheapo psyop versions. We haven’t had a new photo of our famous simserial killer since this hoax began. Since the perps might read this blog, I appeal for some recent photo morphing of the original actor for our entertainment.
What’s with this overuse of video Court appearances? Are they even legal? If our courts are actually public, then can’t we see these video court appearances on YouTube? Video court appearances are probably just simply code for there is no actor playing the role right now and therefore nobody is required to show up that an actual courthouse anywhere.
If you didn’t notice, serial killer simulations are making a return to the fear circuit this year.