Thursday, 29 September 2016

Girl abducted walking to school in Oxford per BBC News

This BBC report includes a description that seems at odds with how the BBC report cases where non white people are suspected.

'A teenage girl walking to school was abducted by two men and subjected to a serious sexual assault.

The girl, who was wearing a school uniform, was grabbed near Marston Ferry Road and Banbury Road in Oxford at 08:25 BST on Wednesday.

She was driven away by two white men in a silver car and found more than three hours later about a mile away, knocking on doors and seeking help.'

Two white men... I don't recall the BBC using the phrase two black men or two South Asian men in previous reports.

Most odd...

1 comment:

English Pensioner said...

I simply take the view now when it comes to such reports that unless it says "white man/men", one can automatically assume that they were males of non-European extraction.