Not really, no

Two face jail after watching footage of Emiliano Sala’s post-mortem

They face jail for stealing the footage, not watching it.

Sherry Bray, 49, and Christopher Ashford, 62, appeared at Swindon Crown Court on Friday where they admitted accessing CCTV footage of Sala’s post-mortem examination.

Ashford, of Calne, admitted three counts of securing unauthorised access to computer material between February 9 and 11 this year.

Bray, of Corsham, admitted three counts of securing unauthorised access to computer material between April last year and February this year.

7 comments on “Not really, no

  1. Journalists often use “after” to imply cause and effect but it just means later in time. The headline is true, but misleading

  2. Sometimes I don’t know why I stay on this planet. Remember idiots were sharing the video of that mosque shooting? Or the ghouls watching ISIS snuff videos.

    What’s wrong with people? Remember the A-Team was considered mildly shocking? Jools Holland dropping a F-bomb was controversial? Now we have a not insignificant percentage of the population literally watching torture, murder and dismemberment prOn IRL. What the hell happened?

    At times like these I’m comforted by my faith that Prince (PBUH) only wanted to see us laughing in the purple rain.

  3. What the hell happened?

    It became easier to get. There’s always been a proportion of sick loonies in society, modern culture is depraved in many ways but I don’t think it pushes torture, yet.

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