Violent Crime Not Worthy of Media Coverage Because it Wasn’t Committed With a Gun

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A 17-year-old male has been charged with the murder of 15-year-old Elianne Andam in Croydon, south London, along with the possession of a knife.

The incident occurred on Wellesley Road around 8:30 am on Wednesday, leading to Elianne’s tragic death at the scene.

The teenager, whose identity is protected by legal constraints, appeared at a youth court within Croydon magistrates court on Friday, subsequently being remanded in custody.

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Despite the nature of the brutality surrounding this crime, mainstream media coverage has been notably sparse, a contrast to the extensive reporting that typically accompanies gun-related incidents.

Elianne’s grieving parents, Michael and Dorcas, along with approximately 20 family members and friends, were present at the scene on Thursday evening.

Amidst hugs and consolation, some family members laid flowers under the watchful gaze of numerous photographers and camera operators.

Later, Bishop Rosemarie Mallett, flanked by Elianne’s aunt Marian, delivered a statement on behalf of the family. The statement conveyed the family’s profound struggle to comprehend the tragic loss of their “beautiful daughter and beloved sister.”

The family expressed gratitude for the support received and appealed for privacy as they grapple with the devastating loss.

The family described Elianne as a person of inner and outer beauty, expressing their grief over the shattered dreams of her bright future.

The family’s earlier statement through the Metropolitan police emphasized Elianne’s vibrant and promising life, emphasizing the media’s role in respecting their need for privacy during this grieving process.

The narrative underscores the need for greater attention to such incidents, echoing the differential media response often observed between crimes involving knives and those involving firearms.