September 23rd, 2013

Kangaroo Court

Rolf Harris was in the dock this morning, He was bailed and indicated he will be pleading not guilty, but had nothing to say to the media on the way out.

The trial starts in two weeks…

Picture via Martin Brunt.

63 Comments

  1. 1
    Batshit Crazy says:

    Rofl

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  2. 2
    Rolferoo says:

    Can you tell whose career I’ve fucked yet?

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  3. 3
    McPoison says:

    I refuse to name who I shafted. All I can say is she was shritty in bed, I mean shitty.

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  4. 5
    Anonymous says:

    Not the trial – even British justice is not that speedy! Two weeks’ time is his first preliminary appearance in the Crown Court. Jury trial will take place presumably some time in 2014.

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  5. 5
    Ha ha! says:

    Whoever has emails from Ed that incriminate him in the Smeargate scandal, please release them now. I have popcorn that needs eating, and I want to see Ed and Labour go down in flames.

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  6. 7
    Mindbleach advised says:

    All the hot female MPs are on the Tory side. I mean, who’d want to see Margaret Beckett in a negligee twerking?

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  7. 9
    The Dishonourable and Absent Member for Killkiddies and Cowdungbeef says:

    Anyone know if Brown will be making an appearance at the Labour conference?

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  8. 11
    Play Away says:

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  9. 12
    UKIP or bust says:

    Seems like Rolfy could do with some good PR, I wonder if Maximum Ofaclifford would help . . . then again, hmmm, tricky.

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  10. 15
    a non says:

    What larks eh Guido.
    The latest blood sport.
    Journalists harassing a geriatric.
    And as a civilised society we ended bear-baiting.

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    • 20
      Tory Bear says:

      …and I had the stuffing knocked out of me

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    • 53
      Anonymous says:

      Agreed, the sight of so many sinless and self-righteous puritans of the press hounding old men to an early death in the public arena of vehemence over historical claims of abuse which cannot possibly be proven or repudiated and which haven’t even been tried yet, but which the media run with as though foregone in order to make fat lolly for their own pockets, is a clear indication of the bankruptcy of the british media and why Leveson was necessary.

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  11. 21
    Flashback says:

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  12. 24
    Labour are Splitting says:

    As per the Marr interview with Miliband yesterday, top marks for satire.

    Quote: @ 45:03

    ‘… also about cracking down on those vested interests; the train companies and others who are actually taking people for a ride under this government…’

    Ed couldn’t help raising his own eyebrow as he said that and seemed to smirk.

    It is surely good that train companies are taking people for a ride under any government as that is what train companies do ?

    Rhetoric fail, but very amusing.

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  13. 25
    A total twat says:

    Rolf “Can you tell what it is yet?”

    Child “Er, Is it your cock up my bum?”

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    Anonymous says:

    Apparently the two little boys each had a wooden horse…….

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  16. 29
    George Osborne in accounts says:

    Dave “brings discord where there was harmony; Doubt where there was faith; And above all despair where once there was hope.”

    I can only hope that Conference pelts this one term Prime Minister with rotten vegetables.

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    • 56
      Beryl in Accounts. says:

      You are a fraud and a troll trying to be a better person.
      13 years of selective amnesia is your punishment as well as being relegated to trying to audit Jack Dromey’s financial accounts of the Labour Party.

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  17. 30
    Talking about prison says:

    China court sentences former party chief Bo Xilai to life in jail

    AND bans him from political office for life!!!!

    No crayons for Rolf then

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  18. 33
    Dave"The One Term Prime Minister" Cameron says:

    Working people are an average of almost £1500 a year worse off under this Government.

    I’m so proud of that achievement by the Conservative led coalition.

    That and legalising same sex marriage will ensure that we will be ousted in 2015.

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  19. 34
    Cornish Pilchard says:

    “The trial starts in two weeks…”

    …….. from the media i thought it was over

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  20. 35
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    If Ed Miliband has a mountain to climb to win the next election then David Cameron has an entire Alpine range. The Conservative Party has not won an outright majority for over twenty years and they’re currently even further from that aim than they were three years ago.

    Since 2010 a large chunk of their support has gone to Ukip while a similarly large chunk of the Liberal Democrats’ support has gone to Labour. This basic fact has barely changed over the past three years despite a slight recovery of the Tory vote in recent months.

    For the Tories to win the next election outright, they need to claw back voters from Ukip, hope Labour loses their votes back to the Lib Dems, and then somehow win over a whole bunch of other voters they failed to persuade in 2010. This could all happen of course, but it’s difficult right now to see how.

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  21. 39
    I d on't n eed no d octor says:

    Labour – The Unelectables.

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  22. 48
    Gaye Mann (Mrs) says:

    I can’t tell what he’s done yet!

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  23. 62
    Lancashire Procurator Fiscal says:

    Four indecent images. If they’re of category one, then the whole prosecution is a joke

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