June 6th, 2013

Coulson Pleads Not Guilty


  1. 1
    No comment says:



  2. 2
    C.O.Jones says:

    Long Live the News of the World Two.


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        Old Blind Pugh says:

        I will give Coulson and Rebekah a black spot each, why don’t they plead the old excuse, “I only obeying orders” could it be that would make the Murdochs very, very angry. Is the Murdoch Organisation going to pay their legal fee, there some doubt as regards Coulson last year, the costs are going to be horrendous as they both have pleaded, not guilty.


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          Through a Glass Darkly. says:

          Fees? Murdoch will sort it. The deal is, take the rap and shut the f^ck up about daddy big bucks and little jimmy big bucks. It will be cool.


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      Story telling says:

      Thought the media enemies don’t complain about the facts or the lack of them just the artistic license in selective use of them.

      Ma Lord has to deal with facts.

      With Alex Cameron leading your team. OK a barrister is pretty very good in predicting the outcome once the facts are secured. Whatever…


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        Who do you believe says:

        Whats will be interesting his how the different media outlets
        Guardian v sun
        Mirror v sun
        Times v Telegraph
        BBC etc
        give their interpretation.


      • 17
        The Sun says:

        Serves them right for not supporting Gordon Brown and his lackeys


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        Andy Pansy says:

        Conflict of interest.


        I have got my hand up in the air.

        Where are the Bar Council when you really need them?


      • 37
        Anonymous says:

        Do you mean Alex Cameron the prime ministers brother is representing Rebekah Brooks ?

        Isn’t that a just a bit too cozy.

        They must have a bl00dy big chinese wall in David Camerons house.

        Has anybody seen it ?


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    the poor bloody tax-payer says:

    about time the prosecutors crapped themselves and fled the field – in the public interest of course – and with their pockets well filled

    isn’t the fundamental problem the quality of evidence and of the people providing it?


  4. 5
    Lost in Clacton says:

    They are all honourable men.


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    Righteous Pratt says:

    I am sure that Rupert can give them lessons in convenient amnesia. Perhaps with additional instruction from Patten on the delegation defence.


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      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      I understand the comedian with the custard pie is doing pretty well these days


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    Why bother ? says:

    All this for a taxpayer funded holiday in an open ‘prison’ for just 20% of a joke sentence. Pointless.


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    Anonymous says:

    The picture seems to be a hint at something, but it can’t be about the Downing St couple – we were told that was shocking and would affect the progress of legislation. Those two are not surprising and not relevant.


  8. 13
    Anonymous says:

    Shame Rebekah has a husband, if she was single they’d make a great couple. They could wallow in their corruptness and indecency together


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      Bollocks to getting a pseudonym says:

      The fact that she’s already married shouldn’t hinder them. How long before polygamy becomes legal? The way things are goinmg, it won’t be too long.


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    Anonymous says:

    Trial in September, will that be the end of Dave?


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      Anon says:

      Fingers crossed x


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      Old Blind Pugh says:

      Not sure but Murdoch will be setting his attack dogs against him, if the attack dogs do not do the business or they lose, Geedo’s column in the “soar away” Sunday Sun can kiss good bye. Watch this blog for further action.


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      Through a Glass Darkly. says:

      Why do you think Cameroon’s brother has been drafted in


  10. 18
    pissed off voter says:

    Not guilty, eh? Wasn’t he charged with perjury in the Sheridan case?


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    sussex sid says:

    Who will be Andy’s cell mate ? Lots of celebs appearing before the beak this autumn .any thoughts.


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      Bollocks to getting a pseudonym says:

      Will Ant and Dec be there to welcome the convicted nonebrities as threy check into Her Majesty’s hotels? I’m sure there’s a TV series there – Britain’s Celebrity Lags?


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      Through a Glass Darkly. says:

      Andy’s cell mate, no chance of a crazed ar$e bandit I suppose?


  12. 23
    Anonymous says:

    Just some of them?


  13. 24
    Anonymous says:

    September Isn’t that the start of the conference season?


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    Fishy says:

    Hang on…where was Mrs Neo’s fashion critique this time, GF. No Salem Witch Trials look this time for Becky.

    Hair up, looked quite feisty in that trouser suit. And hot ! Mmmm.


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    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    The only person I have any sympathy for in this whole sad affair is Mrs Coulson.


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    Ten sticks of dynamite says:

    I will say this only once.

    I do not want David Cameron anywhere near my money.

    I do not want David Cameron negotiating any international agreements on my behalf.

    I want him to stop doing anything for me because he clearly does not know what is going on around him on his own doorstep.

    I want him to get on that 96 National Express Bus to Witney and not come back.

    I do not care about any Coalition Government Agreement thank you very much. Just go.


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      Larry the Cat says:

      I know what has been going on on the doorsteps of Downing Street and they will not even give me an IQ let alone a Lobbyist Pass.


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    John Tandy says:

    Let the law take its course but just hope the Bildesberg lot don’t get involved to defend him !!!! Could this be the reason for their meeting in Watford today ?


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    Jimmy says:


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