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That said, when a crime figure is brought to notoriety in the media, the repercussions are tantamount to the committal of the crime itself. PART II: Case Study: The Zodiac Murders San Francisco December October This topic has been chosen as a primary example whereby high-profiled media coverage of a case granted a criminal continued anonymity which has, in recent decades, been attributed to the genius of their criminals plan.

In truth however, the timeline suggested in the title of this section does little to justify a case, involving multiple homicides, which has now spanned over the course of four decades. It is the definitive example of direct manipulation of the media by a perpetrator whose infamy was brought about via the conduit of media legitimacy and glorification.

It obstructied the process of justice to such an extent that no one, as of yet, has ever been convicted for the crimes. Forming a counter-balance argument to Barnes and Teeters , p. This would arguably lend justification to the sort of frustration referenced above in the comments of investigators who worked on the case. These attacks represented two of the six killings that the Zodiac killer an alias given by the criminal himself in letters that were later sent to and published by Bay Area newspapers was held directly responsible for.

It was at the point of the second attack that the catalyst for media intervention, which would provide the labyrinth of confusion around the case for years to come, began.

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Moments after the attack on the 4th July , Vallejo County police received a phone call from a man claiming not only responsibility for the murder, but also that of the teenage couple less than a year ago in Benicia,CA. It feeds into the highly revered theory by Becker , p of Interactionism whereby the central fact about a deviant stems from the creation within society. In the letter, the killer gave in- depth details right down to the type of ammunition used in the gun of the killings they claimed they were responsible for and also informed the paper that their identity was contained within cipher and should be published by the newspaper in order to avoid further crimes being committed.

This was later falsified upon the translation of the code by a local school teacher in the area at the time. The intellectual integrity that this offered Zodiac can been seen in two ways and are not necessarily contained as singular entities. The Chronicle continued to post the correspondence they received from the alleged killer. The article also mentions details of a blood-stained cloth fabric belonging to the victim which the killer enclosed with their letter to the Chronicle.

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The ensuing panic lead to widespread curfews around the Bay Area where the killer was believed to be operating. Evidence of the impact their correspondence with papers was having began to show itself in coverage of the Zodiac. It could be argued that in some cases, media attempts to portray the killer as somewhat of a fumbling idiot destined to be brought to justice, rebounded back on to the journalists themselves.

Correspondence continued, one such in which the killer threatened to attack a public school bus, but no further crimes were ever officially attributed to the elusive Zodiac killer. This does not go so far as to say that the Zodiac killer was not linked with further crimes committed around the Bay areas.

At the close of the 60s, every possible suspicious death or act of a violent nature was now pinned on a criminal who remained, to an extent, no more than an urban myth. Volumes of content continue to be published and circulated about these crime today. Media reports reckon that over the course of the Zodiac murders, 1, people have approached authorities claiming to know the identity of the Zodiac Perez, May, Only one man has ever come close to being convicted for the actual Zodiac murders.

Arthur Leigh Allen, a former Junior High school teacher, was called before San Francisco police for questioning on number of occasions. No solid evidence was ever obtained in order to charge Allen until much later in , when the survivor of the Blue Rock Springs attack Michael Mageau positively identified Arthur Leigh Allen as the shooter during a photo line-up of possible suspects. However, shortly before Allen was due to be formally charged for the Zodiac murders, he suffered a fatal heart attack.

Even by contemporary standards the Zodiac killings were never a straightforward case. That said, clear links must be identified in how media reportage of the case tampered with a police investigation and provided a conduit by which people could build a cult status around a criminal. To a certain extent, the newspapers of the area did this themselves.

After a year of non-correspondence from the killer, the very same San Francisco Chronicle began to wonder where the protagonist of so many of their daily editions during had gone March, Even when the Zodiac killer was not being held responsible for a crime, extensive analysis went into showing exactly why the crime could not have been committed by the Zodiac. When the body of year-old Robert Salem, a lamp-maker from San Francisco, was discovered, journalist Paul Avery was quick to report that it could not have been the Zodiac due to various signs left behind by the killer, which were out of character for the Zodiac murderer April, Testament to this is perhaps the inundation of recent literature publications from various authors on theories relating to the Zodiac.

The killer was built as a Penny Dreadful styled character of the modern age, terrorizing a society driven into panic by what the were being exposed to in media coverage. Radio talk shows gave the airwaves to a fearful public on the matter, television news broadcast displayed the most recent Zodiac letters and newspapers redoubled their efforts in giving each and every murder case a Zodiac angle. Every possible measure was taken to make sure that fear of the Zodiac killer was entrenched in the mid frame of Californians.

It allowed a criminal to remain in the dark as a free citizen, while the ensuing chaos of their crimes fertilized fear as to when next the Zodiac would strike, What it conclusively proved is that thanks to the media coverage, a criminal was allowed to build a cult status for themselves whilst passing themselves off as an ingenious killer for the methods used in evading justice. In one instance, media reportage focused itself on the reformation of a criminal and his successful life after crime.

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In the second case, the imbalance of criminal reporting has made specific areas of Co. Limerick a safe haven for criminals to operate from as a result of articles labelling the areas a black spot. It has affected public attempts to restore community and offers the continuation of crime in area as opposed to offering a solution to the problem It is no grand illusion in the profession of journalism to deduct that bad news sells.

Such has already been alluded to inasmuch as previous chapters of this dissertation have discussed how non-profit media organizations now have to follow suit when it comes to the news values of commercial media companies in their approach to obtaining stories.


So much show that some of the actors themselves are currently facing charges under the Misuse of Drugs Act April It raises a question based around Treadwell's belief of whether society is receiving the right type of news when it comes crime or has a media bias towards glorified reports and profiling distanced viewers and readers from the truth. Despite this, a recent survey conducted March, showed that less than 10 percent of candidates 50 participants said that they would turn to the Sunday World for coverage of crime reports.

That said, this may arguably say more about the type of news consumption society has increasingly reverted to in recent years. Yet trending patterns of media consumption lend an interesting insight when turned towards the dissection of particularly high-profile cases of criminality in Ireland. If there is a societal consensus on a particular platform or news organization for crime coverage, then tracking the coverage of said crime through media reports sheds light on whether or not in this case Irish society is being fed the right sort of news.

Furthermore, through an amalgamation of public opinion and interpretation of crime, the question of criminal legitimacy via the media becomes clearer. Important emphasis must be placed on the nature of popular discourse through which crime is discussed and also how it is responded to in Ireland in order to examine how criminal legitimacy can exist.

Recently in Ireland, there has been a change from seeing crime as a product of social environment to seeing it as a problem rooted in evil, or more importantly, the evil of criminals McCullagh, Dublin, showed as much. This mirrors thoughts, previously discussed, held by Barnes and Teeters on shifting the attention towards the criminal rather than the crime. Labelling evil as a cognitive factor inherent within the individual throws up problems that are not as easily resolved however.

It may also be seen as alleviating the crimes of a criminal by labelling it as being something within their nature that they are powerless to prevent. Tracking crime through social environment creates a dialectical process that is lucid, whereas having it rooted on grounds of evil transcends into areas of ethics and spirituality, as well as law and order. Both crime and the media have followed Hutch from a very early age.


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Since that young impressionable age, Gerry Hutch has been charged with no less than 30 criminal offences ranging from armed robbery to money laundry and at one point was considered literally untouchable Williams, He has been linked with both an armed robbery at Brinks Allied security depot. Despite this, Gerry Hutch has not spent time in prison since Interestingly, in , Hutch won an appeal to have his information removed from the online resource Wikipedia, in conjunction with a new European Court ruling that allows notorious criminals the right to be forgotten.

Indeed, most of the focus these days whenever a news report appears about Hutch, tends to be around the successful entrepreneurial side of a one-time armed robber from inner-city Dublin. It perhaps feeds into the indispensible media model of selling a glamorous portrayal of the good that can come from criminality, which in Ireland is the focal point of a prurient obsession with gangland literature. There is perhaps a more salient point that arises from the focus given to a Dublin based criminal as in the case of Gerry Hutch. Criticism has always circulated around Irish media about the rather insular approach they take to crime reporting based geocentrically around Dublin city.

Recent crime figures would also suggest that the current rise in crime exists in the more peripheral counties of Ireland. Kerry and sexual offences and rape in Co. The highest growth in annual crime percentages which gauges all crimes showed Co. In Co. Limerick in particular, criminal profiling and the emphasis on drug sale and consumption within the media have continuously proven problematic.

It is a factor that undermines the efforts of the public to restore a good community image in the eyes of the nation as a whole. There is a belief held that Limerick city is framed within an historical association with crime. As a result crime occurring in Limerick is almost normalised Devereux, Haynes and Power, Within a media realm, vast problems have been highlighted between local and national newspaper representation of Limerick. Innocent victims of crime are therefore labelled among criminals as one and the same, despite ongoing efforts to change this stigma.

It would lend to the belief that public fascination fuels further crime reportage, which in turn makes certain criminals more brazen in their attempts to gain notoriety, wealth and supremacy.

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Bearing this in mind, the obtainable knowledge is often broken down in the form of two key consumers. There is the curious seeker of knowledge who wants to grasp an understanding of what has happened and the concerned, professional practitioner who rather than the former, desires applicable theories on crime that lead to change or improvement in society Heidensohn, Public opinions tie into the former trail of thought mentioned above and for that reason are essential in order to base any theory around the consumption of crime within the media.

During the retrieval of primary sources for this thesis, a survey some which have been loosely referred to in other sections posed a number of questions to participants based around the consumption of crime stories in the media. All participants came from, or were based in Ireland, and therefore the answers given related for the most part around how crime is portrayed in Irish media. During this survey, fifty participants, both male and female, from the ages of were first asked whether or not they felt crime within the Irish media was glorified.

Of those this figure, most of the participants shared a reserved view on the nature of reporting, with a pattern of comments suggesting the glorified nature of crime can result in knock on effects for a younger, more impressionable audience. This question brought about the most profound and seeded of responses in participants. Most participants felt despite coverage being glorified, restrictions or censorship of reporting would tamper with the basic right to free speech.

From a selection of broadsheet and tabloid both print forms and the android application forms where applicable , participants were asked which media outlet they would turn to for crime coverage. The overall conclusion to be drawn from this data was that people preferred their crime reports to be informative without the need to colour coverage with interior details about how a crime was committed. It is perhaps for that reason that many participants chose the platforms with easily accessible Android applications as opposed to others, such as The Sunday World; a platform which has already been documented for winning awards around crime coverage in earlier parts of this dissertation.

The idea is to see whether any overlap may lie between the two types of consumers and whether or not a resolution can be obtained. Two journalists, one female and one male, were interviewed while obtaining primary sources. Female Journalist Participant 1 FJP1 believed that the problem did not necessarily lie with the media coverage, rather a prominent obsession with crime, particularly involving sex and money, that existed in Irish society.

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