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Should Google be sued for allowing certain material on its search pages?
For example, a Tweet, that is alleged to be not 100% balanced, fair and accurate?
Is the following balanced, fair and accurate:
Or how about this:
Lord McAlpine's Sex Secret.
January 27, 2002
Lord McAlpine's partner "is 27 years his junior, and younger than two of his children".
"So how has the former Treasurer managed to marry his third heiress - and why did they have to hide their love from the world?...
"In the official version, their friendship blossomed into romance after his separation from Romilly in October 1999, although there was dark talk on the gossip circuit of adultery - the uncontested divorce papers lodged by Romilly last March cited adultery, although no one was named...
"In fact, until recently he was estranged from his two eldest daughters by his first marriage... the relationship had been cool since he left home when they were teenagers...
"McAlpine .... did lose much of his fortune on an eco-tourism venture in north-western Australia in the Nineties."
The Greek Junta, reportedly put into power by the CIA
Or what about this:
Grovel to Tory Swagman Lord McAlpine
March 4, 1997
"The onetime party treasurer (McAlpine) said (prime minister) Major asked him to approach shipping boss John Latsis before the last election, when the Tories were broke. Soon after, Latsis handed over pounds 500,000...
"Lord McAlpine told Channel 4 news: "He (Prime Minister John Major) said to me 'Look, you know Captain Latsis... Why don't you puddle along and see if you can get some money from him?'
"... Lord McAlpine's revelations fuelled suspicions that foreign cash has helped turn a pounds 19million Tory party overdraft into a pounds 20million election kitty in just five years...
"Latsis, believed to have given pounds 2million to the party, was close to the evil military junta that ran Greece from 1967 to 1974.
"Former Polly Peck tycoon Asil Nadir, who has letters of thanks from McAlpine, gave the party more than pounds 1million. He is in Cyprus after jumping bail on fraud charges.
"Receivers have since demanded back more than pounds 400,000 thought to have been plundered from company funds. The Tories have refused.
"Fugitive Octav Botnar, former head of Nissan UK, has admitted giving pounds 90,000 to the Tories. It is thought he may have handed over as much as pounds 1million between 1979 and 1983...
"Tories deny that wealthy donors are rewarded with knighthoods and peerages."
How about this then?
Quote taken from “The New Machiavelli: The Art of Politics in Business” 1999 by Lord McAlpine
Lord McAlpine’s views on dealing with the media:
"Another option is for the businessperson to learn the art of dealing with the media, using all the tricks that go with that trade – such as the false defeat: when a person seems to lose, in order to gain public sympathy, or the false triumph: where a person seems to win in order to appear strong – thus giving credibility to any number of dubious propositions that person may wish to make in the future.
"Neither of these ploys are examples of the use of true facts, rather of false facts given to the media to chew on, much as a dog chews on a bone.
"Another useful ploy is the false accusation.
"First, create a situation where you are wrongly accused.
"Then, at a convenient moment, arrange for the false accusation to be shown to be false beyond all doubt.
"Those who have made accusations ... become discredited.
"Further accusations will then be treated with great suspicion.
"Always remember that people’s memories are very frail, remembering only both the high spots and the lows of a person’s career, and then seldom remembering accurately.
"People believe in the facts that it suits them to believe." p176.
Wendy by Graham Ovenden
How about material indicative of paedophilia?
"In May 2003 the London Evening Standard reported that Lord McAlpine was the 'well-known and anonymous collector' for whom Bloomsbury Book Auctions was selling a collection of 344 'fashion and eroticism' photographs, including '10 snaps of very young girls in very suggestive poses by Graham Ovenden'.
"Graham Ovenden is on a Ministry of Justice list of suppliers of material indicative of paedophilia - p.11"
Public Protection Manual Chapter 11 ... - Ministry of Justice
Lord McAlpine tidies his Wikipedia entry
Anglesea sued and won.
Three victims at the Bryn Estyn children's home "committed suicide" - including Mark Humphreys.
Mark Humphries gave evidence to the media, including the Independent on Sunday.
Gordon Anglesea, a former police superintendent, was accused of child abuse.
Mr Anglesea sued, and won damages against the newspapers and a television station involved.
Anonymous left this comment on the post "THE WATERHOUSE 'COVER-UP'":
Witness A (Mark Humphries) died on 2 February 1995, within two months of the jury's verdict, having been found hanging in his bed-sitting room...
The Independent - February 3, 1995
"A witness in a High Court libel action, brought by the former North Wales police superintendent, Gordon Anglesea , has been found hanged at his home.
"An inquest was told yesterday that there were no suspicious circumstances...
"Mr Anglesea won substantial libel damages against HTV, the Independent on Sunday, the Observer and Private Eye, over allegations of sexual abuse atBryn Estyn."
Note some other anomalies in the Anglesea libel case:
Independent - December 1, 1994
"Gordon Anglesea , a retired superintendent in the North Wales Police, told the jury that he did not know Peter Howarth, former deputy principal of Bryn Estyn children's home, near Wrexham, and that he did not play golf.
"Yesterday, a part-time house mother at the home said that she saw Mr Angelsea arrive at Bryn Estyn, take golf clubs out of the back of his car and give them to Howarth.
"Joyce Bailey, whose husband was a police colleague of Mr Anglesea, worked at Bryn Estyn between 1981 and 1984 when the home closed. She had also met Mr Anglesea and his wife at police functions.
"Her contradiction of Mr Anglesea's evidence came during questioning by George Carman QC, counsel for the Independent on Sunday, the Observer and Private Eye, who along with HTV are defending the libel action, claiming their allegations are true."
Howarth was jailed for 10 years in July for sexual offences committed at Bryn Estyn between 1974 and 1984.
What about the allegations concerning Charles Napier?
Anonymous left this comment on the post "LORD 'X' SUED, AND WON.":
"John Whittingdale's brother, Charles Napier, has had to resign from a theatre group involved with children and Sherborne School - he says he is "devastated".
John Whittingdale MP continues to chair the Culture and Media Committee examining the BBC, without comment about his family connection to the Paedophile Information Exchange.
And what about the allegations concerning the London Bombs?
The Mysterious Case Of The Non-Existent Train Time
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Free Mohammed Hamid!
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What about Gaza?
Jon Williams BBC Foreign Editor tweets: 11 month old son of BBC colleague killed in #Gaza. Sister-in-law killed, brother critically injured.
Adam Blenford BBC News, Washington tweets: Not too much curiosity from the US media pack about the Middle East, then? No Israel/Gaza questions to Obama.
Ooops, I Just Committed A Thought Crime!