• Németh Debs

BBC Headline "Tom Hanks Arrested on 135 Counts of Child Porn Possession" Quickly & Curiously Removed

Updated: Jun 24

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Who at the BBC gave the 'Ok' for this curious headline to be published? What would be the purpose and/or intention of publishing and then removing such an inflammatory article? Where is the BBC trying to lead its impressionable reader/viewership? When was this article first posted and when was it removed? Why would the BBC post such a defamatory headline in the first place? How has this flown under the radar of the other mainstream media news outlets, escaped the news cycle, and the social media hyenas?


We have to ask ourselves what BBC's motives are since what is posted on the internet (even for a flash of a moment) is forever.


Here's the problem. Did you spot it? Did you even take the time to look into this further or did you allow yourself to be enthralled by it? I expect more out of you.


Based on the fact that the BBC tends to include a time stamp and/or date stamp on their news posts, I cannot look passed that. I have to conclude that this is bullshit.


The only possible exception to that finding is if the instant Live BBC article posts as a standard operating procedure lack that information. So, if the BBC posts "Live" articles that do not indicate something to the effect of "now" or "happening right now", then we can entertain this character of sensationalism. There's no point in looking any further. Stay tuned.


In the mean time, I admonish you MF'ers to GET A HOLD OF YOURSELVES. M'kay?


If you have any such items that you would like me to assess, please reach out to me directly through this website. Thank you.

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