December 10th, 2012

Luke Bozier Statement Following Arrest

Luke Bozier has given a statement to Josh Halliday about his email account being “maliciously accessed”:

“Deeply private and personal information was posted on the web, and allegations of illegal activity were made. I cut short a trip to the United States on the 6th [December] to request that the Metropolitan police carry out investigations into the alleged illegal acts. As a result I was questioned by police on Friday 7 December. We live in a society of laws and of a justice system that seeks the truth while protecting all of our rights. While some have sought to place me on – as Lord Justice Leveson puts it – ‘trial by Twitter’ – I am engaging in the appropriate legal processes to clear my name. I am deeply aggrieved that it is possible that people can get away with computer hacking behaviour which, without any check, balance, or justification in law, can destroy lives. It is now up to the police to decide whether or not I have committed an illegal act. I am co-operating fully and assisting in their enquiries.”

Luke says he is innocent, but then he also said he had a nine inch…


172 Comments

  1. 1
    Lord Jimmy McAlpine says:

    SO MOTE IT BE

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  2. 2
    Kebab Time says:

    Did not Mcbride and Draper use the Hacked excuse?

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    • 71
      Dolly high as a kite in Berkeley says:

      I was hacked

      I was robbed of my glorious political creer

      I am now Kate’s bottle washer

      Better than being on benefits I suppose

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    • 104

      And then there were those ‘senior labour figures’ caught up in Operation ore who discovered that their credit cards had been ‘stolen’.

      That D Notice still in place is it Guido?

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      • 110
        Interested Public says:

        There are a large number who were prosecuted. Those details are available by google with political affiliation mentioned – if you blended the colors it would look like a blood orange.

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  3. 3
    White, uncut, 9 inches says:

    Call me… maybe

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  4. 4
    Trade Descriptions Act says:

    Nine inches my arse LMAO

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  5. 5
    9 inch uncut says:

    Was that not his knob in the photo? It appeared that his face was looming above it. Let us hope this is all sorted soon. I, for one, am fed up seeing photos of the bellend

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  6. 8
    Swampy says:

    Doesn’t he work for Scameron?

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  7. 9
    Sue Brown says:

    What a tosser!

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  8. 10
    UK Uncut says:

    We would like to make it clear we have no association with this individual

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  9. 11
    Justine Thornton QC Wife of Millonaire Ed says:

    It is only right that an upstanding member who has worked for the guardian is allow to show off his penis on the internet. I will defend him also it makes my ed jealous Keeeeerching

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  10. 12
    Sally Bercow says:

    Why is Gordon Brown trending **innocent face**

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  11. 14
    @Sally Bercow says:

    Luke Brozier creamed rice? no thanks

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  12. 16
    Judge Jeffreys says:

    Take him down.

    Then hang him up.

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  13. 17
    Owen Jones says:

    Edward VII hospital had no security in place for high profile patient tel calls. Hospital failed staff and patients by cutting costs.

    Just can’t trust the Tories on the NHS,or anything else you may care to mention.

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  14. 19
    Louise Face-Like-A-Welders-Bensch says:

    “It is now up to the police to decide whether or not I have committed an illegal act” – you must know whether you have or not too, fella.

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    • 30
      Red Egg Millitit..... says:

      He does of course know and now knows what evidence, if any, the police have :)

      Might just be the reason for the statement.

      Innocent until proven guilty.:)

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    • 49
      anonymouse says:

      You could try acting your age for a start.

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    • 93
      Lew Dact says:

      I always thought the Police accuse someone of an offence and it’s up to a Judge’n’Jury to decide if you have actually committed the offence.

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      • 141
        Blowing Whistles says:

        We do not have properly informed jurors these days – it’s all part of the stagecraft.

        Jurors are from the moment they sit in the benches – surrepititiously and slowly suborned into subordination – by the leading actors – the judge and the Prosecution and the Defence Barristers.

        If light in particular cases, is to be ‘shone’ up the darker workings of the 4 pillars of the state – then at all costs the state’s interests will win out – nevermind the innocence or guilt of the defendant.

        A book – will be produced in the coming months – which will explain ever last dirty trick as to how the legal fraternity lie & cheat, steal and fit up innocents who dare to speak the truth. It ‘is based’ on several actual and true ‘fit ups’ by the legal vultures – in Crown Courts from up and down the land.

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        • 144
          Could be conspiracy but likely isn't says:

          Your thesis possibly alludes to the notion that the poorly defined ‘crown’ could in fact be the shadow government which is running the show ?

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  15. 20
    Sue Brown says:

    If he is innocent, then why did he resign? What did the hacker find? Dodgy.

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  16. 21
    Kevin T says:

    How many Labour paedophiles is that now? It’s gone well beyond “Labour 25″. Closer to “Labour 50″ by my count. Maybe it’s time for Patricia Hewitt and Harriet Harman to restart their campaign to make paedophilia legal before their whole party is inside.

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  17. 22
    JH32532412344 says:

    So… no denial it was all your ‘material’ then Luke.

    Was it illegally accessed? Yes.

    Are you a deluded little perv either way? Yes.

    Are you ruined? Yes.

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    • 24
      Plato says:

      He’s certainly very careful with the words he uses. And the non-denial, denials.

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      • 172
        FlipC says:

        Indeed “Luke says he is innocent” not in this statement he doesn’t. He states he’s been the victim of a crime and that it’s “up to the police to decide whether or not I have committed an illegal act”.

        Hardly a ringing declaration of innocence.

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  18. 25
    Sue Brown says:

    “I am co-
    operating fully and
    assisting in their
    enquiries.”

    He says while shitting his pants.

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  19. 26
    Richard Cheese says:

    Who’s a naughty boy then

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  20. 32
    The fag police. says:

    Does he smoke?

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  21. 33
    The Public says:

    I have no idea who this guy is and have no interest in finding out

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  22. 41
    anonymouse says:

    Sally is an expert in “trial by twitter”.

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  23. 42
    Public Opinion says:

    It was not 9 inches, and who cares about you. Ciao.

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  24. 45
    Whacked Off Campaign says:

    We advocate full Leveson for the entire internet, and against anyone who points out that internet censorship would not have had any impact on what happened here. Think of the victim.

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    • 90
      Rotherham cannabis growers association says:

      Does “Full Leveson” now mean the “Full Monty”?

      Let it all hang out I say

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  25. 46
    Eric Bristow's left butt cheek says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2245759/Father-left-children-pram-outside-pub-discovered-beer-garden-having-cigarette-smoking.html

    Last seen signing Mcanns petition calling for more press regulation.

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  26. 47
    Hacked off says:

    Maybe he could not hack it? *Dum tsh*

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  27. 51
    A black person says:

    So, having read comments in previous threads today and other days, I take it I won’t be very welcome here?

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  28. 54
    Lord Levesoffeventually says:

    I don’t understand this but it should definitely be regulated by a voluntary system backed up by threats and coercion.

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  29. 59
    In other news says:

    Yewtree arrest guy apparently bailed. No confirmation on Id as of yet.

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  30. 60
    Kent Constable says:

    9″ uncut?

    so thats a 4″ stiffie and 5″ of flaggy saggy foreskin.

    cheeky non-fucker!!!

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  31. 68
    Baldwin of white powder fame says:

    Did anyone see this?

    A fukcing CHAV called up the Police ‘cos his cannabis plants were nicked…

    I love it…

    http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/local/rotherham-cannabis-grower-rang-police-after-plants-stolen-1-5197957#.UMBx9I9qNrk.twitter

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    • 79
      anonymouse says:

      Why do I keep seeing the place-name Rotherham everywhere?. Answers on a… No don’t bother.

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    • 165
      Common (as muck) Purposefully says:

      Cannabis is a common [purpose] or garden weed which thrives in the local Rotherham climate environment locally…um….

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    Browned says:

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  34. 78
    Gordon probably threw a tantrum and demanded this story be run says:

    Oh dear. Brown’s gone into damage-limitation mode after today’s revelations about how much money he makes while neglecting his duties as MP.

    GORDON Brown has earned £1.3million from his writing and speeches since he stood down as PM – and not taken a penny of it.

    http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/politics/former-pm-gordon-brown-earns-1117071

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  35. 86
    Anonymous says:

    Social Media Expert?

    Don’t make me laugh.

    TeeHee.

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  36. 91
    Dave the Rave, surrounded by criminals says:

    This is all too much for me

    I am going on paternity leave

    Like lovely gabs…

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  37. 95
    Anthony "Wiener," US Congressional Pants Model, says:

    Give it up, Lukey baby, that “hacking” bit ain’t gonna work. I should know– this is all deja vu to me. And I had a wife who was BFF with Hillary Clinton. If I couldn’t “pull off” (if you will) e-mailing lewd pictures to young ladies of (shall we say) marginal legality age-wise, how do you think you will? And nobody accused me of going out searching after these girls, either– they “followed” ME on Twitter.

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  38. 100
    Col. Nut says:

    We have “…a justice system that seeks the truth while protecting all of our rights.” do we? Pull the other one, it’s got balls on it.

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  39. 102
    Luke Boozier says:

    +hic+

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  40. 109
    Jimmy says:

    To be be fair, however distasteful it may seem to decent folk, it is not technically illegal to join the conservative party.

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  42. 117
    keredybretsa says:

    Things will get tweeted before they get twatted. Diggin’ dirt ain’t just a job for gardeners.

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  43. 131
    I don't nee d no doctor says:

    All gone quiet.
    Tom Watson
    Margaret Hodge
    Chilcot
    The BBC
    Sally Trending Bercow

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  44. 133
    I don't nee d no doctor says:

    Why is Vaz sticking his nose into the family of the nurse who took her own life. Is Miliband still on Dowler and McCann overload?

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    • 137
      Fishy says:

      Slither slither, slurp slurp

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    • 168
      Pop goes the weasel says:

      No, not Milibrain, but Hatpin Harpic still is. Seems like there is nothing at all on any of the news bulletins these days but the nurse story.

      WTF is going on / being covered up?

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  45. 135
    Riggsy Brown says:

    Vaz is obsessed with column inches. Which is where this thread started!

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    • 169
      Clare Deloon says:

      Almost. Photo ops are few and far between and India rubber bands always stick together…(even if one or more of them is actually African)

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  46. 138
    The elephant in the room says:

    Surely Louise must have suspected that Luke simply didn’t measure up ?

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  47. 140
    Go get 'em Guidio says:

    I suppose that when he’s found not to be guilty of such disgraceful pedo conduct he’ll be suing Mensch for ‘wrongful dismissal’ ah’hem

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    • 142
      Blowing Whistles says:

      And no matter what – the legal shysters will be getting richer YET AGAIN!!!

      THE DUMBASSES OF THE PUBLIC (especially non legal-qualified Politicians) – need to wake up to ‘the creation of litigation’ for the benefit of the legal trade only – no matter who the defendant or accuser is!!!

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      • 170
        Clare Deloon says:

        Here here. All lawyers, and/or those with any sort of connection with the legal fraternity should be banned from becoming MPs (or their ‘advisers’)

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  48. 143
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Nearly the best 90p I spent on sunday was on buying the Daily Star Sunday.

    Part quote page 18:-

    I didn’t know that Handycock had moved into new premises down in Portsmouth on a plot of “land owned by [Harry] Redknapp … opposite South Parade Pier … Portsmouth City council…” are looking into the matter of “The vermin …[that] have been thriving on the site.”

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  49. 150

    Watch 6this one closely, it is a benchmark on how serious the plod is on prosecuting. He was clearly trying to download underage porn and he certainly isn’t clever enough to cover his tracks.

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  50. 153
    My Horse Chestnut tree has STD says:

    “He would say that, wouldn’t he?” – Mandy Rice-Davies, sometime in the marvellous interesting early sixties, in that Lahndahn,

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    • 156
      Swedish chef with his meat ballens says:

      Actually my horse chestnut tree suffers from moth grubs, producing those pesky small white moths, by the way David Attenborough, to be pedantic. But trees shag too, don’t they, Dave?

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