February 22nd, 2013

CPS Will Not Charge Neil Wallis

After two years on police bail the former deputy editor of the Screws will not be charged.

The CPS cite “insufficient evidence for a realistic prospect of conviction”. The Wolfman is free…


29 Comments

  1. 1
    Huge Grunt says:

    Bugger!

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  2. 2
    Tom Fatson says:

    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRGGGHHH !!!!!!!

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  3. 3
    UK Watch says:

    That is good news. Hopefully he can get his and his families life back on track now.

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    • 6

      Following George Galloway’s dramatic exit from an Oxford University debate, telling the audience “I don’t debate with Israelis”, a leading Palestinian organisation has issued a press release saying it doesn’t condone boycotting individuals “because she or he happens to be Israeli or because they express certain views”. DT

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      • 11
        UK Watch says:

        That was the BDS Movement.

        Their objective is to undermine !srael by a policy of delegitimization.

        Somewhat hypocritical as the BDS movement is all about boycotting. Perhaps they are trying to change their image and make capital on George through a little bit of black propaganda ?

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        • 14

          Your point is taken but was not my point.

          The basic premise of not condoning the boycotting of individuals because they happen to be Israeli (or of any nationality, recognised or otherwise) or because they express certain views is fundamentally right IMHO, even if (look out Godwin’s Law strikes again!) Adolph Hitler said it.

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    • 21
      Anonymous says:

      Bollocks. Given the number of lives he ruined – and the amount of fuck he gave about the tears of the families of his victims – during his time in journalism, I think this is a great shame.

      ‘Get his life back on track’? He’s a Hunt.

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  4. 4

    The court will kneel.

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  5. 5
    • 8
      Herman van Rumpboy says:

      Look, just because they have youth unemployment of more than 60% doesn’t mena ze hav to ignore inztructions, ja ?

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  6. 7
    Horsey says:

    Ooh-aar! I’m Crap’n Birds Eye! Check out my tasty ready meals! So good, you’ll neigh-ver cook again!

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  7. 10
    The BBC are cunts says:

    BBC accused of acting like ‘secret service’.

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  8. 17
    Penfold says:

    Good oh.

    How’s about suing the bastards…

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  9. 18
    Gob-on-a-stick says:

    I notice they haven’t redacted the self-referential ” gob on a stick ” comment

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  10. 19
    Neil Wallis is innocent OK says:

    Another winner from the Cowardly Prosecution Service.

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  11. 20
    Rt. Hon Butch Cameron MP says:

    Well done Neil. Another triumph for British justice.

    Back at your desk on Monday and let’s hear no more about it.

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  12. 22
    damned impertinent questions says:

    And hes just the first. Now await for the lawsuits against the Met

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  13. 25
    Helpful says:

    Will Tom Watson be apologising?

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    • 27
      superman says:

      For what? A number of the journalists have already openly admitted they broke the law? These arseholes have given the good journalists a bad name.

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  14. 26
    superman says:

    So Murdoch is paying off the CPS to look after his criminal cronies!

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    • 29
      Blowing Whistles says:

      The cash was handed over to a CPS officer at MacDonalds yesterday evening.

      But hey – it was a drop in the Ocean to rupee and sons bonus payments of last year £33 Million give or take a couple of bucks.

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  15. 28
    Check Facts First says:

    This is just the start. A lot of people in a similar position won`t be charged. What an utter waste of time and money.

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