December 10th, 2012

Luke Bozier Arrested on Suspicion of Child Porn

The Guardian is reporting that Luke Bozier was arrested on Friday after his former business partner reported him to the police following the mysterious hacking of his email account:

“Bozier, 27, was arrested at 1pm on Friday at a central London police station and released on bail until a date in early February. He was questioned by Metropolitan police detectives on suspicion of viewing or possession indecent images of children and released on bail later on Friday.”

Careful how you Menshn it now, given it’s being handled by the police. 


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  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    He a wrong un!

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      B1lly Blowjob is the most tedious cock ever says:

      So are you.

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      • 7
        8illy 8owden, the world's greatist umplre says:

        Loving your edgy humour!

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        • 43
          Butch Dave says:

          I’m surrounded by fucking nonces! But of course I’m a straight up guy, like Miranda arsebandit Blair, Ted bugger them on the boat Heath and Gordon I’ve never heard of D**blane Brown.

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    • 11
      stu says:

      “Bozier was a former e-campaigns manager for the Labour Party”

      labour supporter – guilty as sin – no doubt about it

      probably defected to cons to try and keep the heat off

      This child molesting has pretty much been Labour or Labour supporting (BBC) through and through

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    • 28
      rocknrolla says:

      Last night someone else posted the link to Sir Patrick Moore’s obituary in the Guardian. I suggest everyone go read it – it will disabuse anyone of any lingering doubts as to what utter scum the Guardian are.

      Just hours after his death they were calling him a little Englander and saying that his conservative beliefs made him like a child who never grew up. The whole thing is shot through with nastiness and becomes just an attempt to flaunt their sixth-form politics. They go on about how it is “ironic” that he was interested in science and the universe but also conservative and didn’t want to see his society destroyed by immigration.

      Even the last paragraph they can’t let it go, trying to ram home that although he had many scientific achievements he also had these political views – views they no doubt want to see people sent to re-education camps for.

      The air of intellectual superiority is there despite them being utterly ignorant of human nature and history. Don’t forget the obituary of Sir Patrick – it shows the Guardian for what they are.

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    • 35
      Spank the monkey says:

      Who is Luke Bozier

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    • 54
      Grrr says:

      Guardianistas

      Screw as I say not as I do

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  2. 2
    Lee's a nasty piece of work says:

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  3. 5
    Richard Branson's Virgin Supermarine Spitfire says:

    Another “tory protected” perve that need putting against the wall and shooting.

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  4. 8
    Never 'eard of 'im says:

    Who?

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  5. 10
    Small dick on show says:

    What a cock

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  6. 12
    Justine Thornton QC Wife of Millonaire Ed says:

    He worked for the guardian and therefore he is innocent, Ed and I will pull out all the defences to clear him. Keeeeerching

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  7. 13
    Hank the Cat says:

    Nother 60yr old has been arrested this morning by the saville cops

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  8. 15
    Jimmy says:

    Conservatism. Just say “no”.

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  9. 18
    FFS ! says:

    “Guido Fawkes probably the most influential blog in Westminster ” Andrew Neil 2 min ago

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    • 26
      Small dick on show says:

      Andrew Neil: probably the most influential wig wearer in Westminster

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    • 29
      Roscoe Rules says:

      Probably the most influential bog in Westminster is the one near the members cloakroom.
      A smelly little shitter that helps keep the flies off the MP’s.

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    • 31
      Londoner says:

      Have you read most of the blogs written by people in Westminster? Especially the crap written by MPs? If Guido coldn’t do a better job than that I would be amazed.

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      Richard Branson's Virgin Supermarine Spitfire says:

      Well, it looks as if he is “a man”. Fascinating, not! Obviously well up the establishment tree, otherwise they would have named him. He must be d noticed right up to his balls.

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  11. 24
    I don't nee d no doctor says:

    Harriett Harman is on the DP Show. I just do not understand the woman.

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  12. 25
    Old news but still entertaining says:

    She’s a repeat offender! Lock her up! And I bet the judge in the last case got a strongly worded instruction from Labour’s bully boys.

    In 2003, Harriet Harman was fined £400 and banned from driving for seven days after being convicted of driving at 99 mph on a motorway, 29 mph above the speed limit.

    In 2007, Harman was issued with a £60 fixed penalty notice and given three penalty points on her licence for driving at 50 mph in a temporary 40 mph zone. Harman paid the fine several months late and avoided appearing at Ipswich magistrates court.

    <b)Harman was again caught breaking the speed limit the following April, this time in a 30 mph zone, receiving a further 3 points on her driving licence. In January 2010, Harman pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention in relation to an incident on 3 July where she struck another vehicle whilst driving using a mobile phone, she admitted the offence in court becoming the first serving Cabinet minister in memory to plead guilty to a criminal offence. Harman was fined £350, ordered to pay £70 costs, a £15 victim surcharge and had three points added to her licence.

    Road safety organisations such as Brake condemned the leniency of the punishment and decision to drop the charge of driving whilst using a mobile phone. The judge defended the decision stating “Ms Harman’s guilty plea to driving without due care and attention included her admitting that she had been using a mobile phone at the time”.

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    • 48
      Jetemy Clarkson says:

      Attagirl!

      (i wish to make it clear, however, that I do not advocate breaking the law or driving at excessive speed)

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  13. 30
    Hank the Cat says:

    All this freaking weekend the bbc were banging on about gay marriage, jesus what is it with these people all they seem to do is talk about gayers and bloody boris is joining in.

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  14. 40
    Well it's a thought says:

    I presume mr Brown and mr Bliar now being multimillionaires will now give the money they now have, honestly and worked hard for in the journeys around the world to Labour charities, for the benefit of the downtrodden, the out of work, the feckless and any person who can’t get of their fat ar*es to pay taxes, after all they are good Labour causes , Labour is always complaining not enough money is pissed that way, so their monies could be good for the benefit of these people, like buying a new 50″ flat screen just to keep them out of poverty.

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  15. 46
    Sir William Waad says:

    Oh well, time for our Two-Minute Hate then.

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  16. 56
    Anonymous says:

    If anybody is interested in seeing the original website with the evidence, there is a backup located at http://lukebozier.tk/. (NSFW)

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  17. 63
    Nemesis says:

    Who the fuck is Luke Bozier?

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  18. 64
    Moly Dick says:

    I know Luke skywalker

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