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Press: Entering a murderous mind

by Joe Jenkins

IT WAS only ever going to take an extra­ordinary event this week to knock the forensic examination of our more entrepreneurial tabloid reporters, not to mention Rupert Murdoch’s “humble pie” episode, off the front pages. The worsening humanitarian crisis in East Africa was on the radar of the more serious-minded papers, but in the space of 24 hours two more stories arrived like the pro­verbial buses after weeks of hacking, pinging, and blagging. The death, on Saturday, of the singer ...

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