Are the accounts of eyewitnesses always inaccurate?

Dear Editor,

If I had a dollar for every time one of Satyadeow Sawh’s ‘killers’ was murdered I would have raked in more than the Government did in VAT revenue. That aside, here is my take of Tuesday’s murderous spate: the Minister of Home Affairs voiced his dissatisfaction at the pace at which the ‘crime stopper’ stint was moving so the joint services decided to pull one of their usual stunts – playing war-break in Buxton.

We have now grown accustomed to the media reports of the joint services raids. Here is what the typical tone is: “The joint services, acting on a tip-off, raided a house in -(usually Buxton or Agricola) and came under fire from heavily armed bandits. They retaliated, fatally wounding X numbers. The persons shot were said to have been linked to the murders of Minister Satyadeow Sawh. X number of persons were injured in the cross-fire. However, residents reported that the men had surrendered but the police proceeded to shoot

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