Does anyone else think he's getting just a bit too much publicity? He's admitted to killing dozens of innocent people, many of them children. Normally I'm really careful about subjudice, but I don't think there's a person on the planet who thinks he's innocent.
So why are we having an in-depth analysis of the man, and the trial? It's exactly what he wants. There's no defence at all for his actions, surely it's best to wait until the trial is complete, and just quietly report the result?
All this publicity could quite easily encourage another psycho/sociopath to do something terrible. Does the media go too far in these cases? Is it right to keep hammering a story, just because it gets a lot of hits/sells a lot of papers?
I was particularly disgusted to see his stupid bloody salute on the front page of so many papers, and analysed by the BBC. Don't give him the publicity, it's exactly what he craves!