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Law Goes After Sun And Mirror For Their Monstering Of Chris Jefferies: Tabloids Face Contempt Of Court Charges

by | 5th, July 2011

CHRISTOPHER Jefferies was monstered in the press. Before Vincent Tabak was charged with the murder of Joanna Yeates in Bristol, Jefferies was in the news media’s crosshairs. Attorney General Dominic Grieve noticed the odious reporting. He alleges the Sun and Mirror were in in contempt of court “. He is seeking “ order for committal or other appropriate penalty “. The papers deny the charge.

Grieve says the reporting presented substantial risk of serious prejudice to any trial Mr Jefferies might have faced.

Mr Jefferies is entirely innocent “. Taback has admitted

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