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Furious viewers have accused the BBC of 'humanising' the ruthless neo-Nazi terrorist who shot and stabbed MP and mother-of-two Jo Cox last June.
In the documentary 'Jo Cox: Death Of An MP', Thomas Mair was described as a hermit who scrubbed his hands raw with Brillo pads due to his struggles with obsessive compulsive disorder.
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The show on Tuesday night also explored how he 'giggled' while making animal balloons in workshops for vulnerable people and desperately 'wanted to be liked'.
But appalled viewers felt that bosses were 'getting the violins out' for the far-right killer and 'making excuses' for him because of his mental health issues.
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One viewer wrote on Twitter: 'So heartbreaking! Jo was truly an inspiring, lovely woman. Thomas Mair is an evil far right terrorist! Stop trying to humanise him!
'They are almost getting the violins out for him!Appalling!! He is a savage, nazi terrorist and I don't want to hear excuses!'
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'Never make excuses for Thomas Mair. He MAY have had OCD, but the overriding fact was he was a Nazi, racist and psychopath,' another added.
A third accused the documentary of concocting a 'bull***t symphony' towards Mair despite the fact that he is a 'cold and calculating murderer'.
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One viewer also accused a West Yorkshire police officer of 'demonising' the thousands of people who have obsessive compulsive disorder.
Detective Superintendent Nick Wallen said Mair had 'classic OCD-ness' while describing the immaculate way Mair had ordered tins of food in his kitchen cabinets.
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'Ominous music in the background as he said 'typical OCD', thus demonising the thousands who suffer with the condition in Britain,' the viewer said.
However, one user seemed to empathise with Mair, writing: 'Thomas Mair lived alone and volunteered in that community for twenty years.
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'He was very much in his own and lonely.'
Mother-of-two Mrs Cox was shot and stabbed on June 16 last...
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