- Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:01 am #148833
is coming to the mail in one month...brace for impact everyone, perticually on the letters t, u, c and n on your keyboard.
ACG wrote:brace for impact everyone, perticually on the letters t, u, c and n on your keyboard.
Doubt it. The type of people on Merseyside who buy the Mail are generally the type who agreed with him on the subject of Hillsborough, in my experience.mattomac wrote:Sales plument in Merseyside.............some good news then
Probably true.....AOB wrote:Doubt it. The type of people on Merseyside who buy the Mail are generally the type who agreed with him on the subject of Hillsborough, in my experience.mattomac wrote:Sales plument in Merseyside.............some good news then
Tubby Isaacs wrote:The Guardian points out that Kenny Dalglish writes for the Mail. He won't be happy, though would probably be giving up anyway.
From Kenny's autobiography....Says it all about Mr Mackenzie really, and he's re-egged on his apolgy several times, he is a horrible man who should have been shamed out of journalism when it was proven that he lied but he still appears on everywhere and anywhere shouting his gob off about stuff he doesn't know anything about. He's not changed.
The press coverage was difficult to comprehend, particularly the publication of pictures which added to people’s distress. There was one photograph of two girls right up against the Leppings Lane fence, their faces pressed into the wire. Nobody knows how they escaped. They used to come to Melwood every day, looking for autographs, and that photograph upset everyone there because we knew them. After seeing that I couldn’t look at the papers again.
When the Sun came out with the story about Liverpool fans being drunk and unruly, underneath a headline ‘The Truth,’ the reaction on Merseyside was one of complete outrage. Newsagents stopped stocking the Sun. People wouldn’t mention its name. They were burning copies of it. Anyone representing the Sun was abused. Sun reporters and photographers would lie, telling people they worked for the Liverpool Post and Echo. There was a lot of harassment of them because of what had been written. The Star had gone a bit strong as well but they apologised the next day. They knew the story had no foundation. Kelvin MacKenzie, the Sun’s editor, even called me up.
“How can we correct the situation?” he said.
“You know that big headline – ‘The Truth’?” I replied. “All you have to do is put ‘We lied’ in the same size. Then you might be all right.”
Mackenzie said: “I cannot do that.”
“Well,” I replied, “I cannot help you then.”
That was it. I put the phone down. Merseysiders were outraged by the Sun. A great many still are.
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