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Offline Tim Invictus

Anni Dewani - The shame of Max Clifford and the Dewani family
« on: November 22, 2012, 02:38:07 PM »
I couldn't believe the Dewani family retained Max Clifford of all people to 'represent' Shrien in some perverse PR capacity! I cringed watching that nasty media whore Clifford standing in front of his Bentley stating he had asked Shrien Dewani "all the right questions and looked into his eyes and could see he is an innocent man"!

I don't know who is worse; Clifford for taking the 'job' or the Dewani's for hiring him! Shameful by both parties in my opinion! This isn't a meaningless, salacious media tit bit, this is the violent MURDER of an innocent and no doubt terrified young lady!

Get this man to trial I say! 

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Offline John

Re: Anni Dewani - The shame of Max Clifford and the Dewani family
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2012, 02:42:08 PM »
I couldn't believe the Dewani family retained Max Clifford of all people to 'represent' Shrien in some perverse PR capacity! I cringed watching that nasty media whore Clifford standing in front of his Bentley stating he had asked Shrien Dewani "all the right questions and looked into his eyes and could see he is an innocent man"!

I don't know who is worse; Clifford for taking the 'job' or the Dewani's for hiring him! Shameful by both parties in my opinion! This isn't a meaningless, salacious media tit bit, this is the violent MURDER of an innocent and no doubt terrified young lady!

Get this man to trial I say!


Very true, his obvious reluctance to face the music at all costs is very telling.  Will money yet again buy justice?
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Re: Anni Dewani - The shame of Max Clifford and the Dewani family
« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2012, 04:22:45 PM »
I couldn't believe the Dewani family retained Max Clifford of all people to 'represent' Shrien in some perverse PR capacity! I cringed watching that nasty media whore Clifford standing in front of his Bentley stating he had asked Shrien Dewani "all the right questions and looked into his eyes and could see he is an innocent man"!

I don't know who is worse; Clifford for taking the 'job' or the Dewani's for hiring him! Shameful by both parties in my opinion! This isn't a meaningless, salacious media tit bit, this is the violent MURDER of an innocent and no doubt terrified young lady!

Get this man to trial I say!


Very true, his obvious reluctance to face the music at all costs is very telling.  Will money yet again buy justice?


I have been following this case quite closely and watched as this farce is played out in front of the media.
What are our courts here in Britain coming to I ask myself when people can get of with facing justice for whatever reason but primarily in this case because the chap is employing some fancy lawyer to keep him from being extradited to South Africa.
I just think it is wrong and shouldn't happen.

Offline frank50

Re: Anni Dewani - The shame of Max Clifford and the Dewani family
« Reply #3 on: November 22, 2012, 08:08:48 PM »
I so agree with you. That repulsive Clifford makes my skin crawl. And it's totally inappropriate for him to represent a potential murderer anyhow. In fact, its an utter farce. A man's wife is murdered with several witnesses saying Dewani was involved. What does he do? Run away and then appoint Max Clifford to deny his involvment in the media. But Clifford doesnt just deny it - he rubbishes the claims and alleges African corruption. Revolting man. I wonder how many millions he's getting for his fee.

 
I couldn't believe the Dewani family retained Max Clifford of all people to 'represent' Shrien in some perverse PR capacity! I cringed watching that nasty media whore Clifford standing in front of his Bentley stating he had asked Shrien Dewani "all the right questions and looked into his eyes and could see he is an innocent man"!

I don't know who is worse; Clifford for taking the 'job' or the Dewani's for hiring him! Shameful by both parties in my opinion! This isn't a meaningless, salacious media tit bit, this is the violent MURDER of an innocent and no doubt terrified young lady!

Get this man to trial I say!

Offline frank50

Re: Anni Dewani - The shame of Max Clifford and the Dewani family
« Reply #4 on: December 06, 2012, 02:13:58 PM »
Oh dear - what a shame - Clifford has been arrested on suspicion of having committed sexual offences. Couldnt have happened to a more unpleasant slimeball. Who is going to come out on his behalf and dismiss the allegations as utter nonsense.

Offline Tim Invictus

Re: Anni Dewani - The shame of Max Clifford and the Dewani family
« Reply #5 on: December 06, 2012, 02:24:46 PM »
Oh dear - what a shame - Clifford has been arrested on suspicion of having committed sexual offences. Couldnt have happened to a more unpleasant slimeball. Who is going to come out on his behalf and dismiss the allegations as utter nonsense.

Here, here Frank ... well said! As the thread says Clifford was already a shameful scumbag before this latest arrest! I hope he loses everything .... creep!

Offline Nicholas

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