May 28th, 2013

WATCH: Clifford in Court

Just what did he mean by “never asking for anybody’s birthday certificate”?

UPDATE: Max has pleaded not guilty to 11 counts of indecent assault.


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  1. 1
    Anon says:

    Witch Hunt to take the eye off the corruption at the Met and the fact that they did nothing about Sa-Vile for 40 years.

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      Bill Quango MP says:

      Bottom of the in-tray.
      People kept putting other cases on top of it.
      Then it all went computerised… Couldn’t find anything for three years.
      Then some data got wiped accidentally in the upgrade from Dos to Windows.
      Then the new computers and upgrade after upgrade.
      And the daily form filling in meant the police had to have paper records to back up their computerised paperless records. In triplicate. On three computers too.

      So..the Jimmy case just got sort of, well, buried under more important crimes like gay horse abuse and catching people who didn’t recycle properly.

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      • 10
        Sandra says:

        And a new one Bill – three officers threatening an 89 year old woman for providing a cheese for an Engish tradition.

        Diversity Enforcement & Motor Tax Collection Gestapo – thats the British Police of today. Useless PC hoons.

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        • 22
          Cheeseroller says:

          Wrong. Spun by the media. One officer visited her some time ago to warn her that if she provided the cheese for the cheese rollers events, and one of them got injured, technically she could be sued. Do not believe what you read in the media. No threats. No bans. Just a warning that she may end up being liable. Blame the H & S zealots more.

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          • Hugh Janus says:

            “One officer visited her some time ago to warn her that if she provided the cheese for the cheese rollers events, and one of them got injured, technically she could be sued.”

            Yes, sued (possibly) by an injured participant. You seem to be overlooking the fact that being sued for damages has absolutely nothing to do with the police.

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          • Bill Quango MP says:

            I think even that is wrong. You ant be sued for supplying dairy produce that complies with all laws and statutes to an event.
            Otherwise anyone could be sued for anything.
            Toyota for a car accident. Royal Mail for death by letter cut to finger, etc.

            In this case it seems the cheesemaker is also the organiser, which puts the police visit into some sort of context that might be valid.

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          • Police are utterly useless says:

            Bullshit.

            The police officer knew full well that you can’t be sued for selling cheeses that might be used for purposes other than eating, and that then other people might conceivably get hurt in an event they chose to participate in of their own free will.

            The police turned up mob-handed to the event which gave them an excuse not to be in Gloucester over the weekend dealing with any possible Islam/anti-Islam activity that might have been dangerous to plod. There are a lot of Muzzies living in Gloucester.

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        • 28
          Hugh Janus says:

          +1

          And since when was the act of cheese-rolling likely to be a criminal offence? If anything it’s a civil liability and therefore nothing whatsoever to do with our trivia-obsessed and time-wasting plod.

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        • 46
          Brian says:

          Blessed are the cheesemakers.

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        • 59
          Airey Belvoir says:

          Using the logic of the police, the owner of a sports shop selling rugby balls could be sued by a player who was injured in a game. It’s officious scaremongering nonsense.
          (And rugby balls are meant to be used for rugby, while cheese is evidently not sold to be chucked down a hill.)

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      • 44
        Police are utterly useless says:

        Arresting people for rolling cheeses down hills.

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  2. 2
    Sir William Waad says:

    What a valueless piece of reporting!

    I thought the police handled matters with customary firmness and courtesy.

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    • 17
      external. says:

      .
      . external is external to the individual.
      . internal value is what matters.
      . external is medicinal hence soothing.
      , where is the hurt?
      and the cruel person says, does it hurt.
      but the cruel person is hurt before the cruel act takes place.
      ….so does it hurt?
      .
      better though are supportive mechanisms to assist
      in increasing inna val.u.
      .
      society is external to us but we can onli increase our inner value by increasing the outer value of society…but it has to go along organic line. the organic line being the purpose.
      .
      an attempt is beng made to change the road that we travel on.
      this will not work. the doer will get the drama instead. kill the drama. drama is for lazybones.
      .
      good daily routines and good health is a virtue.
      it detracts us away from the idleness of the drama.

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  3. 3
    Hang The Bostards says:

    No smoke without fire Max

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  4. 4

    Its not like buying alcohol, where you have to look 25……

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    • 8
      Mitch says:

      He meant that the girls were clearly young, which is what he wanted, but that he didn’t want confirmation that they were actually underage.

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  5. 6
    Andrew Efiong says:

    He’s going to need an expert PR handler!

    Goodbye Max!

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    • 27
      Major Disaster says:

      Such a shame ‘Call me Dave’ is on holiday…

      Oh wait a minute he needs an expert PR handler as well, perhaps he should get in touch with Max…

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      • 35
        Hugh Janus says:

        Whilst browsing in a charity bookshop last week I saw a book entitled “PR For Dummies”. No, really. I thought about buying it for One-Term-Dave, but then decided that it was probably a bit too advanced for him.

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    • 42
      Lord Stansted says:

      Clifford is certainly crap at PR – probably why Labour employed him. Even a trainee on work experience knows that the first rule of PR is never be the story.

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  6. 9
    Who remembers 1986 says:

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  8. 12
    John Tandy says:

    Good question….

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  10. 14
    Is there a bigger bunch of twats than UAF? says:

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    • 23
      Old Blind Pugh says:

      There are nutters to the right and nutters to the left, why don’t the coppers get them all together, in the London Olympic ©® stadium and left them sort it out between themselves, then when it is over, arrest the survivors. You could even sell tickets to watch them slugging it out, it would be like the Roman Colseum. Then maybe we will be left in peace

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    • 24
      They were only working class whites says:

      So noticeable by their absence in places like Rochdale, Oxford, Telford….

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    • 26
      Mong Watch says:

      Owen Jones goes on about negative Muzzie press in the 2000-2010 period, and about politicians shamelessly using rhetoric pointing out Muzzies are terrorists.

      Shameless revisionism.

      9-11, Blair / Bush war on Terror, UK was shoulder to shoulder with US to fight international terrorism mainly Muzzie. That explains why lots of negative press and the rhetoric, and that this was Labour rhetoric.

      Message fail here.

      Good that there was a small crowd. UAF are shit.

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      • 49
        Who needs the UAF says:

        Looks like the UAF are losing support. They normally turn up mob-handed at EDL events but it seems they have been totally absent from the last three, according to the mejia.

        Perhaps the penny is dropping that these mongs are on the wrong side. The Muzzies don’t want or need their help anyway. They are quite violent enough on their own.

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    • 54
      JustSaying says:

      I see no Sikh

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  11. 15
    Caligula says:

    I find this rather nice from wiki

    “On 4 May 2006, Clifford announced his intention to expose politicians who fail to abide by the standards expected of them in public office. He called his team of undercover investigators “a dedicated and loyal bunch”.[1]”

    Does he now prefer his investigators or the Met’s?!

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  12. 18
    BREAKING NEWS says:

    Biter, bit

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  13. 20
    Pie 'n' Mash says:

    The guy in the back shouting at Max about Ben Fellows etc. is Bill Maloney.

    Films are worth looking up on uTube. He went through the care home system, his sister (who committed suicide) was one of the victims at Haut de la Garenne in Jersey. Bill is an active campaigner against in camera family courts, and the abuses which go on there, and against the issue of child abuse in general. From his own experiences he is particularly vocal about state sponsored child abuse.

    His face may be familiar as he has taken his message direct to Clegg, Livingstone and others. Loud cockney voice shouting in the background, like is him.

    Seems that new evidence is coming out now which confirms that the p3d0 rings which were operating in Islington care homes at time when Hodge was running the council were linked to that which was operating in Jersey Haut de la Garenne.

    Hodge is believed to be responsible for derailing the police investigation in Islington, which was establishing that link at the time. Her actions ensured that the abuses going on in the council she ran would continue, and those in Jersey would remain hidden for a spell longer.

    Clifford is scum and at the very least deserves to have his reputation destroyed. With a conviction, signature on the sex offenders register and with luck some time in the nonce wing, justice would have just begun to have been served on him.

    His involvement with the trumped up charges of r@pe against the Hamilton’s did attract criticism by the Judge who had to jail the woman he manipulated into making those false allegations, for making those allegations.

    The duplicity of the left is evident here. The women’s groups remained quiet on this, despite the damage Clifford did to their valid causes, one can only assume because it did not fit their true political agenda at the time.

    Of note is that they have been remarkably quiet on this current matter as well.

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    • 41
      ? says:

      Who is Charlie Nash?

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      • 57
        t.o.t.c.s.g. says:

        ha! thought that was charlie veitch in the background when the camera zooms in on onan jones, bit rude to mash him into the likes of bill maloney though- they are two very different people in that cv is dodgy as fuck and bm is not.

        good luck and safe voyage to you bm… these are matter of the occult you are trying to expose and it’s the heaviest shit imaginable.

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  14. 21
    Toby Young says:

    Owen Jones dated 3 women in his life… All 3 attempted suicide

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  15. 31
    Owen Jones says:

    Ha ha ha!!!!! Bring back the death penalty, to show terrorists we mean business? Yes,suicide bombers the world over will think twice. Idiots

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    • 37
      Vote Tory, get heir to Blair says:

      Indeed, there are much better forms of punishment for mad Muslims.

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    • 48
      V is for Valium says:

      Not every terrorist is a suicide bomber.

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    • 51
      This is how you deal with terrorists says:

      Back when I lived in Belfast we had a better way of dealing with terrorists. Every time they killed one of ours we killed two of theirs. If we couldn’t take out one of their top people then we’d take out two of their side at random.

      Soon brough the IRA to heel.

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  16. 32
    The chainsaw of righteous justice says:

    Eleven counts eh ?

    Didn’t know the old boy had it in him.

    Good luck getting off that lot.

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    • 38
      Pas or says:

      Not so sure it’s terminal.
      An old case is going to be hard to prove if its just one person.
      Unless there’s some DNA evidence?

      Did the alleged young lady victim keep the after wipe Kleenex, in a secure place, in a sealed jar, in a fridge for thirty years?

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      • 52
        Whether you like it or not, shit sticks says:

        Doesn’t sound like its going to matter much.

        Mr PR looks like he’s going to admit he has a fondness for little girls. That don’t go down well with anybody. I’m guessing his career is going to need a lot of PR after this reaches open court.

        You only have to look at the number of celebs found innocent of child molesting that have had their careers ruined.

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  17. 34
    Jacob's finest hour says:

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    • 43
      The man for the job says:

      Even there, the charm and intelligence of Rees Moog just shines though.
      What a gentleman.
      The country would do well with him as Prime Minister.

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  18. 36
    I piss on muhammad says:

    I don’t understand all those who want to see the Woolwich terrorists executed for treason. You seem to forget that muzees’ WANT to die to be martyrs. Why do you think the fuckers ran towards the armed police van? They were hoping for “suicide by cop”. The fact they’re alive is good. It means they’ll go on trial and then spend the next 50 years getting their heads kicked in and their arseholes torn to shreds. Kill them and they’ll become heroes to muzees.

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    • 40
      Anonymous says:

      Does anybody know how bad their injuries are ? when can they be charged ?

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      • 53
        Justice my arse says:

        Apparently they are going to be let off. Criminal justice system has decided they have suffered enough, and anyway they need to retain some space in the gaols for all the EDL supporters that have said nasty things about Muzzies.

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    • 64
      A Psychopath says:

      ” they’ll go on trial and then spend the next 50 years getting their heads kicked in and their arseholes torn to shreds. Kill them and they’ll become heroes to muzees.”

      Spacs like you don’t realize muslims are becoming the biggest gangs in jails. The more footsolidiers they get the more fucked we become.

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  19. 50
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    Chilcot?
    Andrew Mitchell investigation?
    Stafford Hospital – Burnham and Johnson?
    Blair – connection to the Woolwich murder?
    Hodge the Dodge?

    Surely the above is more important than Cameron going to Ibiza. Why has Guido sunk to the level of the gutter press?

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  20. 60
    Anonymous says:

    Knows where the bodies are buried…..could he turn this round by becoming a supergrass

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  21. 62
    Really? says:

    If you were a victim of crime today in London n waited for police to attend, Im sure you’re glad to see half a dozen officers n a Sargent deployed protecting Max

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  22. 65
    Lexander says:

    What a disgraceful man. At long last the com-uppance he so deserves. The worrying fact is: all the secrets tucked away somewhere. Have the police got them? Would love to know what was uncovered in their searches.

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