I recently heard a radio interview with the 'chair' (not chairman, chairwoman or chairperson) of the Institute of Equality and Diversity Practitioners. I think I may finally have tracked down the elusive elite who decide what causes offence to 'communities' what terminology is no longer acceptable, and what terms they are to be replaced with. It also made me realise that the world of diversity and equality has become such a huge monolithic industry that it relies on division and inequality for its very existence. There are thousands and thousands of people in this country, both public and private sector, who seek to find bias and discrimination in every area of life. It is their life blood. They are the thought police. They decide whether you are racist or sexist. You must be. Otherwise we wouldn't need diversity and equality practitioners. And that would never do.
I have read this but can't seem to find the evidence. Maybe I'm just being cynical, but aren't a jury much more likely to convict someone they find unappealing? It must have helped that in nearly every news report reference was made to his previous convictions for murdering young white women.