I have not read the entire conversation here but as a mother of several children, I am wondering what I might do under similar circumstances and I find myself feeling some sympathy towards GBC's mother, when I read the things people are surmising about her.
Assuming she has no idea of his guilt or innocence, beyond the affairs etc, I would expect nothing less than to believe he didn't do it and to be extremely distressed at his conviction.
What mother could think otherwise and I would challenge every parent to consider this.
It's all plane here. But they said "first to the international situation" ... If it's not on I am OK with that. I feel pretty compromised morally watching. I had to rewire the set to even get this channel.
Yes, doesn't sound like they were fans!What about what her friends have had to say, that he was never authentic and always acted superior. Just what everyone on WS concluded.
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I think it's a little harsh to paint all media with the same brush. I'd probably be accurate in saying a lot of the print media journos, especially those in Brisbane, would have had a silent cheer when GBC was pronounced guilty. And they're currently doing a great job of letting the world know all about the true colours of GBC.
I know, there's nothing at all attractive about him.