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Friday, 17 May 2013
Stella Shiu-Exposed In Private Eye. Serious Questions Need To Be Answered About Sam Wa.
China has a level of corruption that has been shown to be unparallelled.
We are not saying there is anything a miss here between Lindsay and Stell but the public are always let down by Liverpool's lazy local press who just take any old hack from whatever PR company feeds them, or gives them a freebie. So we cant believe them.
This has to stop.
Those that call themselves journalists should understand that in an age where citizen journalism creates news they are pulling off a confidence trick to the dwindling readership.
It is stated in the Private Eye article that Stella Shui has kalashnikov wielding bodyguards, and this came from an article in the Daily Ghost written by Liam Murphy in 2011 that needs to be questioned. http://www.liverpooldailypost.co.uk/liverpool-news/regional-news/2011/05/17/chinese-businesswoman-stella-shiu-behind-25m-wirral-international-trade-centre-plans-99623-28705937/ The article says that Stella Shiu is a high ranking government official.
David Bartlett recently followed it up.
We have asked David where this information has come from and how he may substantiate these claims.
We are still waiting for a reply.........but we will get one.
The Private Eye article questions the credentials of Sam Wa, saying that all the articles in the press have been written recently (mostly by David Bartlett and co) and their checks using the Nexis database available to them has shown nothing else other than those articles from Peels Poodles down at the Daily Ghost, who seem insistent on doing advertorials for them week after week.
When in reality all the promises have resulted not a single brick being laid on Liverpool Waters or Wirral Waters (where the plans were passed years ago).
The Sam Wa website that the Daily Ghost has used looks like it has been built be a 5 year old kid and the first rule of journalism is to check your source.................especially if the source comes from China.