Saturday, December 05, 2015

The "anti-bullying" campaigning of Mr Johnson

One can understand that Ray Johnson, in coping with the suicide of his son Elliott Johnson, should work through the anger stage of his grief and hit out in all directions in an effort to relieve the pain he is feeling.

But increasingly the "anti-bullying" campaigning of Mr Johnson in itself amounts to bullying:

And why is Mr Johnson trying to pre-empt the findings of the inquest into Elliott Johnson's suicide?

Why is he so desperate (because he sounds increasingly desperate) to be judge and jury in the case and to have "guilt" safely apportioned before the Coronor has given his opinion?

This doesn't look right.

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