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Wednesday, 20 June 2007

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Who is this BBC Chief?

Crimewatch presenter Nick Ross, 59, has been cruelly axed in cold blood after 23 years running the show. The show has helped to solve dozens of axe murders and many other serious axe crimes during its history.

Current co-presenter Fiona Bruce will continue to work on the show, and the next crime she will try to solve is who axed Nick Ross? Have you heard friends talk about axing Nick Ross? You might even know the murderer.

One clue police are working on is that new BBC bosses decided the show needed a makeover, and this coincided with Ross being axed. Coincidence? If you heard anything, please ring.

A sinister BBC spokesman left this chilling message, but didn't leave his name or number. Some of you might find the next bit distressing:

"Every long-running strand needs to be constantly refreshed. Nick's contract was coming to an end and we decided it was an opportunity to make some changes to the programme."

Do you recognize that voice? A reconstruction of the axing of Nick Ross will concentrate on Ross's Facebook profile. Facebook has 12000 BBC employees as members. It is thought Ross received a Facebook message warning him he was going to be axed. Who sent that message? Maybe you know which BBC chief sent it. If you know anything, please call in the strictest confidence. Let's see if we can find the BBC chief responsible for this heinous crime.

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