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Barry George Wins Libel Case Against Sun And News of The World

BARRY George has won his libel trial. MacGuffin observes:

THE Sun and the News of the World have apologised and paid ‘substantial’ libel damages to Barry George – the man convicted, and then acquitted, of killing Jill Dando – over several articles suggesting he was guilty and was also a stalker.

Here’s one of the key excerpts from the MediaGuardian story:

In his interview with the News of the World, the paper stated that George had told them: “I didn’t kill Jill Dando – I was stalking someone else at the time.”

News Group now accepts that George never made that statement to them. News Group also admitted that any suggestion George stalked Kay Burley was incorrect.

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Posted: 16th, December 2009 | In: Reviews | Comment (1)

Jill Dando Murder: Supporting Barry George’s Fight For Compensation

IN “Stalking telephone numbers.. – Barry George demands £4m compensation” the New of the World focuses on Barry George.

George is famous for being the one man we know for certain (it’s been established in a court of law) did not kill BBC presenter Jill Dando.

George served eight years in choky for a crime he did not commit. And now he is in line for compensation, as is his right. How much? Well, that’s up to the judiciary.

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Posted: 30th, November 2008 | In: Reviews | Comment (1)

Stalking Barry George’s Bottom

BARRY George has been cleared of killing Jill Dando. But the News of the World is keeping tabs on the man, stalking him, even.

In “Barry George in sex-pest clash on woman’s doorstep”, readers look on and see George asking a woman out; having his advances rejected; dodging a headbutt from the aforesaid woman’s son.

And just last week we revealed how he tried to get into a TV studio to see Sky News presenter Kay Burley, 46— who was then offered extra security.

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Posted: 12th, October 2008 | In: Reviews, Tabloids | Comments (5)