The Goss front page was ready. The Rufus story was hot and in the vacuum that usually accompanies an arrest in the case of serious crimes, they had to keep the initiative. Rufus was their story. Over a grainy close up of him from the picture Amy took as she retreated from her recent encounter with Rufus the front page headline ran
The Goss reporter Amy Tate gives answers.
It went on to say virtually nothing, except hint at police incompetence, naming DCS Twigg, and build on Amy's earlier story, with hints of his violence towards her.