Actually, I've now saved (as a web archive file) that Daily Mail news story mentioned in my previos blog entries. Just in case it "disappears" again. Or gets modified. From the beginning, it was already so well hidden even on the publishing website, that I was unable to find it by following a link from Daily Mail's portal page. Unless you knew and followed a direct link you'll never be aware of its existence. The story clearly isn't pushed by anyone, but rather played down. But see, we have a democracy, and whoever doubts that can easily be pointed to the fact that the incident indeed has been published. It was just that the electorate was not interested in it, and therefore we had to put other material on the front page.....
But what does wonder me even more is this:
Is it that the Daily Mail (not exactly famous for their investigative journalism) did fall prey to a fake or hoax? (Hmm... if that happened, I guess their competitors would only be too happy to point that out and enjoy lots of Schadenfreude, no?)
Oh, well.... /me is going back to "Three Wise Monkeys"-mode now...