Scottish newspaper the Daily Record reports that the TV company Granada is planning to make a film about the racist murder of Kriss Donald, which they will then aim to sell on to one of the major terrestrial channels.
I think there's something slightly voyeuristic about films depicting actual murders like this, particularly when they are made so soon after the events depicted took place. The Daily Record article says that Granada are "hoping to persuade Kriss's family to take part" - one would hope that they might have done that before announcing their plans to make the film.
Nonetheless, despite the potentially prurient nature of the production, a film about Kriss's murder would be beneficial, in giving publicity to a racist murder which, because its victim was white and the killers Pakistani, has been largely ignored by the MSM. The majority of racist violence in this country is carried out by non-whites against whites, and it is high time that these attacks were more openly acknowledged.
Of course, if and when this film comes to be shown, you can bet anything some "anti-racist" activist (Ruggie Johnson, perhaps?) will demand that it be censored, for fear that it might 'undermine community cohesion', and incite those evil white people to resort to their usual racist ways.