Thursday, June 29, 2006

The price of fame...

A moving plea from Rachel from north London: Journalists please read: "now hundreds of journalists from all over the world wanting to speak to survivors, and most of them seem to be trying to do so via me. I am sorry, but I can't help"

The problem is that Rachel is torn between two worlds none of which featured in her life plan. On the hand she wants to get justice in the form of a public enquiry into the causes of the London underground bombings and the other to lead a quiet life away from the ordeal of being in the carriage which was bombed and also away from the terrible rape ordeal which she went through before the 7th July. Her problem is that she writes so well, combining all the best parts of blogging a real story written with passion.

Hopfully her life will quieten down soon.


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6:31 PM  
Ellee Seymour said...

I guess RAchel's blog has placed her on a public platform so journalists will contact her. However, I'm sure they will respect her wishes if she declines to give interviews. Alternatively, she could prepare a statement and issue that to them all.

7:25 PM  

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