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Friday, February 10, 2017

Bloody liar Trump

‘My daughter’s death will not be used’: Parents furious over Trump’s false terrorism claims

Her daughter had not yet been buried, nor had the newspapers finished turning up bloody details of her death, before Rosie Ayliffe began to write about her child's murderer.
“Grief is a funny thing,” she wrote in the Independent last August — five days after a man chased her 21-year-old daughter through a hostel, stabbed her to death and killed another backpacker who tried to protect her. “I haven't seen Mia for nearly a year, and so in my head she's still alive, well and living in Australia.”
She was careful, even then, to write accurately about the accused killer. Smail Ayad had yelled “Allahu akbar” during the attack, the Guardian reported, but he had also rambled incoherently, stabbed a dog and “was apparently infatuated with” her daughter.

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