‘The Jacintha Saldanha Story Doesn’t Make Sense’ Says BBC – to Ben Fellows

Ben Fellows
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The BBC contacted me yesterday and sent me the following email.

This BBC journalist clearly admits that perhaps the government and media aren’t telling us the truth regarding the death of nurse Jacintha Saldanha and now the massacre in the US. WTF!

The BBC have obviously taken leave of their senses, if they ever had any, and hired conspiracy theorists instead of journalists. Is this really what we should be paying our license fee for? Who knew that the BBC is a hot bed of conspiracy theorists.

Of course the darker side of this story (and of course I’m probably going to be accused of being a conspiracy theorist) is that this is an attempt by the BBC to try to draw me out into a conversation about the terrible tragedies of Jacintha Saldanha and the recent US massacre as a back door to talking about…

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3 Responses to “‘The Jacintha Saldanha Story Doesn’t Make Sense’ Says BBC – to Ben Fellows”

  1. Don Says:

    Alternatively, this person may have genuine concerns and you have just cost her her position for confiding in you. Nice one. Really striking a blow for freedom on information.

    • 21st Century Wire Says:

      Actually not, I am merely reposting the story which was published earlier on other sites. It’s out there…

      If a BBC employee wanted to connect him the trade notes on conspiracy theories, they’d use a personal account to do it, not the company banner. That’s my opinion of course…!

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