Desi suggests you visit this ***LINK here to also watch the VIDEO to get the essence of this meaty media madNURSE from Down Under:( -- YL
Desi often taverses to Ozneighbourhodd for there are plenty Malaysians who have relocated there -- for whatever the reasons -- THERE ARE ALWAYS PULL& PUSH FACTORS, but that'sNOT my subject of scrutiny +++todie. (This +++ is spelt thus because these OZ people like to keep reminding folks of their MORTALITY everydie, and plenty Malaysians,just as mad as their Aussie counterparts -- lucky or unluckily their motherlands have been labelled a Lucky Country? -- may just have to use the OZ system if the politics now besieging NegaraKu contnues in the same vein as if March 8, 2008 was just Yesterdie, when allour troubles seemed so far awie...
Cheers, I'm rushing to Koalu Lumpur for some scenefool bright/dim heart/sum, curtsey of some neighbours Down SOuth because their SINgDOLLARbecomes BIGger and BIGGER while the MalaysianMacD burger gets smaller and sma ll er.
If you can't desipher half of what's writ above, it's half thy fault for knot understanding DDC; the Other half is still in the oven, for I ENJOY my CON BF super hot, e'en 'tis knot Sundae:)
which can mean
Let's eat! -- Desi
Kyle Sandilands says media reports on child rape revelation 'twisted'
By staff writers
July 30, 2009 07:56am
KYLE and Jackie O today hit back at media who "skewed" reports of their child rape revelation scandal in "an evil way", and said the controversy "just happened".
The pair criticised "twisted" and "false" reporting, saying they were in shock when a 14-year-old girl, strapped to a lie detector and asked about her sex life, revealed she had been raped at 12.
Jackie O said this morning: "I genuinely am sorry for that girl. It was just one one of those moments when live radio happens."
Kyle, who responded to the girl's comment by asking if that was her only sexual experience, said: " I wish that I chose my words a bit more cleverly."
He said he apologised to anyone offended, the girl and her mother, and was in shock at what the girl had said.
But much of the pair's response to the controversy was focused on the media reaction, attacking coverage and the way TV, radio and newspaper commentators had "turned" on them.
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Jackie denied it was a set-up, saying the mother and daughter had gone through a pre-interview process.
"There were absolutely no red flags raised on this one," she said. "Unfortunately we had no idea what was to come."
Kyle said: "I watched other news services pick up on this and twist the story, the mum is being blamed, we are being blamed, and it is just one of this things, unfortunately rape happens in society."
He said he was glad the family would now get counselling, but they were horrified "that it's turned into a gigantic media story".
Yesterday's incident sparked outrage and numerous calls to child welfare authorities, with the girl apparently forced by her mother to take part in a lie-detector test on the pair's nationally syndicated breakfast show.
The mother submitted the teen to the test, a regular segment on the Kyle and Jackie O Show, concerned at her experiences with drugs and sex. Before the test, the girl told Sandilands on air: "I'm scared ... it's not fair."
Her mother asked her: "Have you ever had sex?" The 14-year-old replied: "I've already told you the story about this ... and don't look at me and smile because it's not funny."
After a pause, she raised her voice with frustration and said: "Oh OK, I got raped when I was 12 years old."
After another pause, Sandilands asked, "Right ... is that the only experience you've had?" before the mother admitted she knew of the rape. Her daughter yelled, "Yet you still asked me the question!"
NSW Police are liaising with the Department of Community Services to establish whether there is a need for police involvement in investigating the rape of the girl, a police spokeswoman said.
The media watchdog is also likely to investigate whether the segment breached the broadcasting code, The Australian reports.
Karen Willis, manager of the NSW Rape Crisis Centre, said she has never before heard of a sexual assault victim being put in such a public situation.
"That poor little girl, being cornered like that and being forced to tell the truth," Ms Willis said.
"People who have been sexually assaulted think that everyone is watching them and that they know."
Child psychologist Michael Carr-Gregg said more serious action was needed and 2Day Fm should be shut down.
"This (incident) could potentially have some serious consequences on this girl," Dr Carr-Gregg said.
"I would call on the Australian Communications and Media Authority to recall their radio licence."