Random impertinent question: Did Cameron breach his own name suppression order?

Written By: - Date published: 8:00 am, May 11th, 2016 - 7 comments
Categories: Media, the praiseworthy and the pitiful, you couldn't make this shit up - Tags: , ,

Slater Nottingham screengrab

Name suppression was lifted at 4 pm on 10 May 2016.

7 comments on “Random impertinent question: Did Cameron breach his own name suppression order?”

  1. Jack Ramaka 1

    One rule for Whale S*** and one rule for the rest of society, depends who you know, nudge, nudge, wink, wink….

  2. Tracey 2

    He is not the most hated man in the country but he may be the most stupid.

  3. Lanthanide 3

    I think ultimately the police won’t care, since it was his own name suppression that he breached. It’s like the rape victim women who have come forwards and named themselves, and now want their abuser to be named but the courts won’t allow it.

    I guess the only point is that it lets him get “his version” of events out ahead of anyone elses. But since it’s less than a day, and he would be posting exactly the same stuff once the suppression was lifted, I don’t think there’s any wrong-doing there, either.

    It does illustrate how little regard he has for the legal process though.

    • Tracey 3.1

      I guess for me it is the affrontery of a guy who bemoans the way the Justice systems helps perpetrators to evade consequences etc… and then he pretends to have remorse to a Judge to get his sentence light, and immediately issues a statement giving the fingers tot he system, knowing it can’t pull him back in.

  4. Frank Stark 4

    By his own Olympian standards of hypocrisy, the slithering , greasywhale has set the bar incredibly high, but I suspect his failed attempt to get name suppression after campaigning on this for years to end such cant, is a record that will stand for all time!

  5. Allan Rattee 5

    SCREEDS of ‘explanations’ from Slater, yet hasn’t he said SO many times about Labour MPs that ‘explaining is losing’?

    Slater: the loser and hypocrite.

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