Sunday, May 15, 2011

Media blackout on those responsible for Tenerife terror

Bulgarian Deyan Valentinov, 28, has been arrested by Spanish police on suspicion of stabbing and decapitating a British woman in a Tenerife (Spain) supermarket Friday.

The information was reported by Sky News Saturday.

Valentinov is reportedly homeless and has a history of mental health issues and a police record.

According to local newspaper La Opinion, Valentinov had received treatment at the psychiatric unit of a local hospital in February after being involved in previous violent incidents.

What I find so interesting is that the media hasn't expressed any interest in getting to the bottom of how this madman was allowed to run loose, or why he wasn't apprehended when someone reported being terrorized by him. It just reports that a madman with a history of psychiatric treatment, violence, and police encounters was running loose threatening people, that one of them asked for protection, was given false assurances, and was then butchered by the madman, after which he was incarcerated. End of story. Perhaps the media is waiting for the bankers to return to work and identify the official scapegoats.