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RETCHED JOURNALISM: Sunday Mirror sister paper ‘Feels Sorry’ For Dead Paedophiles

A NEWSPAPER owned by the Daily and Sunday Mirror’s parent company Reach PLC has been slammed online for ‘feeling sorry’ for paedophiles.

Whilst the Mirror has spent the past couple of days attacking working-class activists like James Goddard and Danny Tommo who stand up against sexual abuse of children across Britain, WalesOnline took out the world’s smallest violins to defend DEAD PAEDOPHILES.

WalesOnline – the online version of the Western Mail and Wales on Sunday felt ‘really sorry’ for at least eight perverts who killed themselves after being exposed as Paedophiles by vigilante Paedo Hunters.

They also tried to discredit successful online ‘Paedophile Hunters’ adding: “There have been concerns these vigilante groups are hindering the law.”

“There has been a stark rise in the amount of vigilante groups operating in the UK in recent years. They usually pose as children on chat websites to catch and confront alleged paedophiles.”

The publication added: “The majority of the men took their own lives within days of being filmed, and named and shamed on social media.”

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  1. muggins

    January 15, 2019 at 00:05

    Wow! Journalism at its best

  2. MatCon

    January 15, 2019 at 10:21

    Trying to get the public to feel sorry for paedophiles because that is what most people who work in media are…

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