It's important to listen to the news, and think about what they're saying. It's not uncommon, for example, to hear something like "X has been attacked for saying..." or "Y's statement has caused controversy..." But who are these people? How have they attacked X?
According to Radio 1 Newsbeat
: "The top policeman in London's Metropolitan force has been criticised for saying he couldn't understand the level of interest in the murders of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman."
Who's he been criticised by? Well, the Media, obviously.
The full story
is not that he's shocked it was so high profile, but rather that he's surprised that other murders are more or less ignored. And, in particular, it was in response to a question about whether police resources are distributed as reflected in the media. Naturally the Media are outraged that they could possibly be accused of picking and choosing the stories they cover, so less than 24 hours later
Newsbeat goes on to mention, "Critics say there's been just as much interest in other major crimes, regardless of the race of the victims." It does not say who these critics are. I strongly suspect they are people around the Newsbeat office.