God does it ever stop – it really beggars belief but you judge! This video reveals questions which are enough to make you scream when you hear about the report about Frain, the student! The Evening Standard has just installed a new Chief Editor, George Osborne, who was formerly the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the UK and, today, there was this story about Mr Frain on the paper http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/westminster-survivor-describes-being-thrown-like-a-rag-doll-over-khalid-masoods-car-a3517336.html which I have copied in part below. Please see the article on the Evening Stardard or in case it is not available when you do read the abstract below first and then look at this great piece of work. I can’t believe the journalists on the Evening Standard can be this stupid in how and what they report in the face of commonsense.
Westminster Bridge Crisis Actor Travis – The Head Boy!
“Fraining Injury” V 2.0
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Reported by the Evening Standard today 18 April 2017
“Large picture of the HRH Prince of Wales Prince Charles sitting at the hospital bedside of injured Ian Frain
Travis Frain, 19, had been visiting parliament with university friends and was walking across Westminster Bridge when he was hit by the terrorist’s 4×4 in March.
He told ITV’s Good Morning Britain he was texting on his mobile phone when one shouted to him, “Travis, look”.
Mr Frain said: “I looked up and you don’t have enough time to react. The fact that my body didn’t tense up and was thrown almost like a rag doll over the bonnet.
“I landed on the left side and my head was actually cushioned by a friend, whereas obviously if it had landed on the concrete with the same force that the rest of my body had, we don’t know what could have happened.”