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Juanita Phillips
The “good bloke” descriptor in domestic murder cases is so automatic the headline writer used it even though nobody in the story actually described him that way.
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Clare Paine ❤️💜💙 13 May 18
You think that's bad? Read this one with some awful quotes from the children's father -
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Kylie Warren-Wright 13 May 18
"They looked all peaceful. How the hell Peter did that, I still can't figure out. He did a good job. He did a really good job."....is he writing him a job reference?! It’s like he did him a favour....
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BB of Oz 13 May 18
Replying to @Juanita_Phillip
Which publication used this headline ??
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Juanita Phillips 13 May 18
Replying to @BushBabeofOz
The Sunday Telegraph
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Zvyozdochka 12 May 18
Replying to @Juanita_Phillip
It's sickening.
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Zvyozdochka 12 May 18
Replying to @Juanita_Phillip
Along with the possessive language used in these cases too: "His girlfriend/wife/partner ...." Yeah, if you've killed you have probably have no claim to further association.
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Seeker, Lover, Jobkeeper 12 May 18
😏
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Naomi Barton 13 May 18
The problem with mental health initiatives like “RU OK Day” is that if someone says “No, I’m not OK” we need the resources to be able to actually help them. That, and a lot of people aren’t prepared to tell people they’re not OK, sadly.
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ponygirl 12 May 18
Says a lot about Straya-Yan blokes.
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