Who else preferred Michaella McCollum’s tough and hard look to her groomed RTE appearance? She’s just not how we like our criminals to appear
Watching Michaella McCollum’s exit interview from the Peru prison where she’s been serving a two-year sentence for drug smuggling, I had an odd sense of déjà vu.
The blonde hair, demure clothes, careful make-up, measured tones, and soft questioning: was I the only one remembering the interview Martin Bashir did with Princess Diana 20 years ago? The one in which, in Diana’s charming, blushing way, she stuck the...
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