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Leveson Inquiry: Charlotte Church’s 15-Year-Old Breasts And Chris Jefferies Hair

AT the Leveson Inquiry into media standards, Charlotte Church and Chris Jefferies have been giv ing evidence. Jefferies was given the Full Murat over the murder of Joanna Yeates. He hired Robert Murat’s lawyer and sued The Sun, the Daily Express, Daily Mail, The Daily Mirror, the Scotsman, the Daily Record and the Sunday Mirror. But not the Telegraph, which was surprising.

He speaks well. But the Guardian does not tell us what he is wearing. This is odd because in its live blog the paper reveals:

Charlotte Church is now taking the stand. Wearing a black suit and top, she looks composed.

The paper that’s not a tabloid falls down on not mentioning Church’s hair. With celebs it is all about the hair.

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Posted: 28th, November 2011 | In: Reviews | Comment

Joanna Yeates: Weird Chris Jefferies’s Candy Floss Hair Made Him Do It?

JOANNA YEATES: SO, what do you remember about suspected murderer Chris Jefferies? Anorak asked that question of a former scholar at Bristol’s Clifton College. “Weirdo,” came the reply. Anything else? “Yeah. They were all weirdos.”

Chris Jefferies was Joanna Yeates’s landlord. Reports said he’d seen her on the night she vanished. He said he could not be certain he had. He’d reportedly been parking his car at the flats and seen three people near the doorway.

Suspicious minds get to work. He was in his car on the night of Miss Yeates’s vanishing? He was in his car about the time she vanished? He has spoken to the police voluntarily? He says his words have been misinterpreted? He is vague?

Armchair detectives are having a field day. And get his for the BBC’s short bio of Chris Jefferies:

Neighbours have said that Mr Jefferies, a bachelor who sports a distinctive mane of straggly white hair, plays a prominent role in his local Neighbourhood Watch group.

Oh, throw away the key. That mane is more akin to remnants of candy floss struck to a pinkish stick. A neighbour of his tell us:

“It is one of the problems. His appearance is unusual. We weren’t good friends. I wouldn’t say he was weird but unusual and the hair is an affectation. He’s a very intelligent man, very sharp.”

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Posted: 30th, December 2010 | In: Reviews | Comments (8)