Image of Martha in Irish media – Martha is counted among the most dangerous women in Ireland.
Special dinner held on 8th of december 2017 showed how much truth was in earlier media reports about “alleged” friendship of Martha in jail.
In previous reports media have “chosen” a friend for Martha.
It must have been a person with maximum sentence, who committed a terrifying crime.
Additionaly, something in common was searched for, e.g. east european origin.
How truthful those reports were, showed the behaviour of those present on special dinner on 8th of december 2017.
On one side of the table, 6 women sentenced to lifetime imprisonment with their relatives, then few chairs of break.
On the other end of the table – Martha and 3 people close to her.
The journalists who wrote about friendships made by Martha in jail should see this view.
Martha was associated with people, who commited extremely shocking crimes.
Examples of information about Martha’s friendships:
In prison, in which Martha is now, she has no enemies and she doesn’t seek friends.
Probably the only Irish newspaper that wrote the truth about the postcards. Without going further into the content of the article, we congratulate honest description of postcards.
And this is how Irish media presented the matter of postcards sent by Martha.
Please click on the thumbnail to see full screenshot of the article.
There were only few simple words in English on the postcards. There is no possibility of mistake or misinterpretation of them.
Did the presentation of a few words TRUTHFULLY exceed the capabilities of the Irish media?
How credible are reports on Martha’s case published by the media for four years?
Martha’s case is far more complicated than few simple words on four postcards.
On 25th of october 2017 we sent an email to television stations and newspapers in Ireland:
For over four years now Irish media publish reports on events related to tragic accident involving Marta Herda, in which the passanger of the car died.
All this time all reports were one-sided: they came from the prosecution or the family of the deceased.