Saturday, 23 July 2011

Tom Watson, Top Draw Tosser

So Tubby Tom thinks writing to the police will be the right thing to do. As Alex Masterly, (who works for Rupert Sterling at Megabank, when he is not shagging his and his colleges secretaries) points out the obvious,

"Absolute privilege protects freedom of speech in parliamentary proceedings; it is enshrined in statutory form in Article 9 of the Bill of Rights 1689, which prohibits proceedings in Parliament from being called in question in any court"

You would have thought at least our MP's would know a little bit about such matters, would you not?

And it looks as though Harvard Murdoch is in the clear. Gudio I think is clutching as straws here, you cant prove a negative.


Re Clive Goodman

We have on your instructions reviewed the emails to which you have provided access from the accounts of:

Andy Coulson
Stuart Kuttner
Ian Edmondson
Clive Goodman
Neil Wallis
Jules Stenson

I can confirm that we did not find anything in those emails which appeared to us to be reasonable evidence that Clive Goodman’s illegal actions were known about and supported by both or either of Andy Coulson, the Editor, and Neil Wallis, the Deputy Editor, and/or that Ian Edmondson, the News Editor, and others were carrying out similar illegal procedures.

Please let me know if we can be of any further assistance.


Nice and clear for once from a law firm, I wish I could afford them.

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