August 14, 2007
Investigative journalism at it's very finest.
So, to set the scene, biker returning from a biker's bash is topped on the road, one shot to the head. Guardian headline:
Bikers' feud could hold key to motorway murder
Impressive, eh? How do they work these things out? Is there some special school you need to go to?
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It's a headline, Tim.
Tim adds: Indeed. But the thing is, you really do need to go to a special school to be a sub-editor.
Posted by: Matthew | Aug 14, 2007 9:42:04 AM
It might be a little pedantic but they did miss out a crucial piece of info in the whole story.
The BullDog Bash IS the Hells Angels Annual Party in the UK. The headline 'Biker Shot leaving BullDog Bash' would be enough to let anyone know it was a gang related shooting!
Posted by: F0ul | Aug 14, 2007 10:26:50 AM