Did Udwin, the BBC Documenter interview The Juvenile Monster?

published on March 8, 2015

A lot of In-depth Study of the Nirbhaya Rape seems to have been made by the BBC Documentary Maker. One Adult Rapist’s opinion has been voiced and documented, for the Upliftment of Mankind, Lifting of The Ban, pre-empting Ban, Free speech, etc. etc.

What the Public has a Right to Know is –

1. Has Udwin interviewed the Juvenile due to be released and let loose on the people any day now.

2. Can we read the Messages Conveyed by the Juvenile for Future Juvenile Rapists to follow?

3. If not interviewed, why not? Can the Documentary be curtailed in this cavalier fashion?

4. Why is Ms.Udwin depriving the Young Rapist of his Shining Hour in the Media?

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  1. pvas Reply

    March 8, 2015 at 6:42 am

    BBC duplicity and its own SEX problems!
    For so many years now, I’ve been talking about BBC’s duplicity and ulterior motives, when it comes to their reporting of news in India and other former colonies, perceived as hostile to the interests of the English ’empire.’ (Yes, even long after England lost the colonies – it still sees empires everywhere.) Yet, the English educated Indians, particularly from elitist convent/christian schools and the Indian Christians who see the English and anything painted white as an epitome of virtue, protested against my views, or at the least, were indifferent. Here’s some news to wet their palate. Ironic, isn’t it, that the BBC goes off gallivanting to India to discuss and document ‘rapes’ there, when they have swept so much of the muck and dirt in their own backyard right under the carpet, that it now wreaks with the most horrid stink imaginable to the human senses.
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