Both Enemies of Reason and Minority Thought covered the dreadful, intrusive, guilty-because-we've-decided-he-is 'reporting' at the time.
The Mail called Jefferies 'Mr Strange', 'the 'nutty professor' and 'Professor Strange'. He 'idolised a poet obsessed by death', they claimed. One front page splash carrying a large picture of Jefferies asked 'Was Jo's body hidden next to her flat?'; another wondered if he held 'the key to Joanna's murder'.
The Mirror called him a 'peeping tom'.
The Sun called him 'strange' and 'obsessed by death' and in one article, as Anton pointed out, he was described as:
"weird", "lewd", "strange", "creepy", "angry", "odd", "disturbing", "eccentric", "a loner" and "unusual".
Today, news broke that Jefferies had been released without charge by Avon and Somerset Police last Friday. The Mirror had the story as one of their top stories on their website:
The Sun also had it high up on their homepage:
The Express' resource-starved website also carried the news, albeit below yet another article plugging a programme on Channel 5:
And the Mail? They relegated the latest developments in the case to halfway down their homepage under the headline:
And four sentences into that story:
Police have now confirmed he was discharged from his bail conditions on Friday night.
Will this info be any more prominent in tomorrow's print edition?