By Richard A Luce in Paris
The London Evening Post is today joining the rest of the world in celebrating the lives of the 12 journalists killed in Paris last week by two French brothers aligned to the terrorist Al Qaeda organisation in Yemen.
In doing this, we are showing our appreciations for the support people around the world, especially in Europe have responded to the terror attacks in Paris that left 17 people dead. The gathering of hundreds of thousands of people around Europe this weekend was a clear sign that those of us who live in what is known as the Free World appreciate the importance of being able to have the freedom to offend others by what we write. We are today posting some of the many cartoons that Charlie Hebdo has posted for a long time, indeed a time to celebrate their humour and have the freedom to laugh at our own silliness.