I have very little time for journalists. Quite frankly, most if not all are scum.
All they are after is the next big story and they don’t care how they get it. They will coerce people to tell their story, maybe with some money thrown in, but they never care about the individual or what the repercussions will be. As long as they get their splash, as far as they are concerned, the person giving them information of a confidential nature is just a consumable.
There are thankfully some people who want to blow the whistle on corruption or whatever, certainly not in the UK police force, but those people are pushed and pushed so far that they are, in the end, exposed.
Not only will they lose their current job but their careers will be over.
And what happens to that story?
It will be fish and chip paper the next day
I have written to many journalists about my situation.
If I was a girl or a woman, they would be all over me but, as I am a mere man, they are not interested at all
So much for the “balance of justice” in the media.
I should have grown my hair even longer than it is now, grown big tits and worn a short skirt or a schoolgirl’s uniform; that would have got their attention