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By Arnold
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#193846
Landlord who was wrongly accused of Jo Yeates murder claims police leaked details about him to the press

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z1kTyAFOQw
No mention of his successful libel against the Mail and others. I wonder if the Fat Butcher will throw any light on it when he appears before Levinson.
By mojojojo
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#193851
Arnold wrote:
Landlord who was wrongly accused of Jo Yeates murder claims police leaked details about him to the press

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z1kTyAFOQw
No mention of his successful libel against the Mail and others. I wonder if the Fat Butcher will throw any light on it when he appears before Levinson.


I hope he gets asked about it.
 
By Arnold
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#193865
eddyk wrote:The police pulled him in for questioning. It was the Mail etc that accused him of murder.through.

Reportedly after police leaks. And the police have yet to explain why Jefferies wasn't released from police bail until six weeks after Tabak was charged.
 
By bluebellnutter
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JohnG wrote:
ezinra wrote:High heels are 'good' for you

Trouble afoot: Killer heels don't just ruin our feet - they ruin our backs and brains too


Do they cause or prevent cancer?


No idea, but they raise house prices.
By Big Rob
#198760
Subtle irony I know.... However, I do relish the Mail suggesting that people's 'lifestyles' raise blood pressure.....

Seven in ten British adults and almost half of under 35s now have high blood pressure due to lifestyle


You can almost see the veins popping out in the mailites' foreheads as they compete for the most judgmental reply. :D
By jguazu
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#200406
Jubilee? It's party time courtesy of Carole again! Middletons reveal items to help celebrate (but could they have been a bit less tacky?)
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Couldn't decide where this should go, but I opted for Mail hypocrisy considering the amount of ghastly, overpriced tat that they allow to be advertised in their TV guide. OK, this jubilee stuff is rather tacky - but before Christmas they were running adverts for a two-foot tall snowman figurine that lit up and played Jingle Bells as a miniature motorised train ran around its feet, and there was one for a giant glass fabergé egg-type thing that you could get engraved with the name of a dead relative, and that opened up to reveal one of those soppy facebook-status poems. Compared to those, a £6.99 cardboard carriage teapot vase (what on Earth is that? A vase to put teapots in?) seems almost classy.
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