Sunday, August 1


The case of Andrew Wragg is particularly tragic.
Mr Wragg is accused of murdering his terminally ill son. Clearly Mr Wragg is in a distressed state made worse by the insensitive way he was handled by the authorities at his appearance in court on Tuesday.

I hold no views on the case it self other than to illustrate it as an example of the robotic methods that are increasingly employed by the police and court services in the execution of justice. Furthermore the insensitive use of photographs in many newspapers this week of Andrew Wragg's situation was inexcusable.

Well done to Peter Hitchens making the same point in his column on in The Mail on Sunday today.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well I thought it was intresting !