Trying to load as much information as possible in a single sentence might appear smart, but it requires an acceptable level of alertness.
To begin with, the strap depicted above is way too busy, for a viewer to comfortably read, never mind the elements of repetition.
And since the medium is TV, the viewer is also listening to the voice of the anchor/reporter, while engaging the eyes to process the video element.
The required coordination of sensory organs is greatly jeopardised by the eyesore of a top line, in the lower third story tag, which sates:
"Court denies man charged with chopping wife's hands denied bail"Oh dear! It almost appears as if the words were being randomly strung together, hoping the resultant sentence would communicate the desired meaning.
But evidently, even with editorial licence, news packaging is a precise undertaking not best left to chance.