Former Telegraph blogger Martha Gill didn’t mince her words when obituarising Jason “Psycho” Seiken’s reign of terror.
Jason Seiken has "completed his work" much in the manner of the Khmer Rouge – he's expunged pretty much everyone who could read or write
— Martha Gill (@Martha_Gill) April 2, 2015
Former colleagues who survived Seiken’s axe might not be best pleased with her choice of words…
UPDATE: Seiken speaks:
“I’m proud of how the Telegraph has become a digital leader, and I’m gratified that the Telegraph has seen such a large growth in its digital audience. The company has a great future and will continue to thrive. I wish all my colleagues at the Telegraph the very best for the future.”
And TMG chief executive Murdoch MacLennan says:
“We completely understand Jason’s regrettable decision to move on to new opportunities now that he has completed his work here. He has been a much valued colleague, providing a great deal of input into identifying future strategy for the Telegraph Media Group to ensure we remain a world-class and commercially successful media organisation. We wish him well.”