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UK Superinjunction - Ryan Giggs & Imogen Thomas

Discussion in 'Freedom of Expression' started by Anonymous, Apr 24, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

    AND AS FOR RYAN GIGS ,WELL YES HE DID NOT SLEEP WITH IMOGEN THOMAS .THEY PLAYED CARDS AND OTHER BOARD GAMES FOR SIX MONTHS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WAS ONLY PLATONIC ! AND THEN ONLY BY ACCIDENT SHE TRIPPED OVER HER PANTS SOMEHOW AND FOR SOME STRANGE REASON SHE ALSO HAD A MASSIVE VIBRATOR IN HER HAND WHICH ONLY BY A COINCIDENCE GOT STUCK IN RYAN'S ASS! THERE WAS WAS OIL INVOLVED AND THEN HE SLIPPED AND FELL ON TOP OF IMOGEN WHICH WOULD NOT NECESSARILY MEAN THEY HAVE HAD A SEXUAL INTERCOURCE.
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  2. Norris Marine Member

    Americans may use annoying English but their legal system is way ahead of ours. Just listen to the pontification from the Law Lords. Lord Neuberger said the newspapers are trusted wheras internet gossip is not... Therefore, gag the papers. That's the quality of the argument from the apex of our legal system.
  3. 19topper71 Member

    Maybe a doctor should DNA her belly button, is that a bit of 'man-gel' in there?
    It looks like its running slowly down the left side as well! Ha Ha!

    imogen.jpeg
  4. Anonymous Member

    American English may be annoying to us but their legal system is miles ahead. Lord Neuberger argued, in a BBC interview, that as British people trust newspapers more than 'gossip on the web' the injunctions are useful for protection of complainants' privacy. I've not heard a better reason to scrap these pointless and expensive legal instruments. The suggestion that the Mail and The Sun are 'trusted' is a slander to the large number of people who would not even wipe their arses with either of them.
  5. Dunno about the US being miles ahead of the UK. Under both jurisdictions, you can buy and sell someone's freedom of speech.
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  7. Anonymous Member

    Can only agree with that. I am against gagging orders in general. But the US has no place preaching to any1. wikileaks, guantanamo are two that spring to mind
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  9. Anonymous Member

    ...Does he have a personal website at all?...
    Purely for research ofc.
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  10. Yeah, good luck with that! Got to give those lawyers credit, once again they have parted a fool from his money.
  11. Borgs8472 Member

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  14. Anonymous Member

    A brave move by the herald.
    This is going to be interesting.
  15. Anonymous Member

    Schillings is going after Anonymous.

    Shit just got real.

  16. Anonymous Member

    THE Sun will this afternoon attempt to mount a High Court challenge to lift the injunction banning the identification of a footballer who had an affair with Big Brother star Imogen Thomas.

    Britain's biggest selling daily newspaper has instructed lawyers to ask the High Court to lift the gag on naming the Premier League ace after a picture purporting to be the star was splashed over the front page of a Scottish newspaper.
    Publication north of the border sparked thousands of new tweets naming a player who users believe is the cheat on the social networking site Twitter.
    The Sun is seeking a hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice where we will ask a judge to allow us to name the player known in legal documents only as CTB.
    Our move comes after Prime Minister David Cameron today described the privacy rulings affecting newspapers as "unsustainable" and "unfair".
    The PM told ITV1's Daybreak he knew the identity of the footballer linked to a controversial privacy case "like everybody else".
    A Sun spokesman said: "Following publication on the front page of a Scottish newspaper it is clear this injunction is unworkable.
    "When the Prime Minister says on breakfast television that he knows the identity of the footballer, it is time for the courts to do the right thing and end a situation where readers of some newspapers but not others are allowed to know the worst kept secret in the country.
    "We have asked our lawyers to make an application at the High Court and await the outcome with great interest."
    Our lawyers leapt into action after Britain's worst-kept secret was close to becoming public knowledge last night as a footballer said to be trying to silence a Big Brother beauty over an affair saw his legal battle descend into farce.
    Thousands of soccer fans yesterday mocked his alleged efforts to conceal his shame with a court injunction by launching lewd terrace CHANTS about the gag on sexy Imogen Thomas, 28. The ace's wife was in the stadium.
    Even Prime Minister David Cameron balked at the privacy debacle today, describing the privacy rulings as "unsustainable" and "unfair" on newspapers including The Sun.
    Meanwhile a newspaper splashed a PHOTO on its front page purporting to show the married footballer involved - whose name cannot be revealed.

    And more than 30,000 people TWEETED a name they said was his on social networking site Twitter, against whom the ace is also taking action.

    Elsewhere, the star allegedly at the centre of the row was partially NAMED on BBC radio, while even his Wikipedia profile was modified to name him as the Premier League ace involved.

    Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3595734/Sun-fights-Prem-stars-court-gag.html#ixzz1NB0YZEy5
  17. Anonymous Member

    Schilling is a fucking idiot cuntasaur. Even if he did manage to find at least one Anon who leaked the info, we would simply hit back twice as hard in a digital sense. Read rules 3-6 you fucking idiot.
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  18. Anonymous Member

    Schilling Law Firm:

    Schillings
    41 Bedford Square
    London WC1B 3HX
    http://www.schillings.co.uk/
    Telephone +44 (0)20 7034 9000
    Fax +44 (0)20 7034 9200
    legal@schillings.co.uk
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  19. Anonymous Member

    The sun lost It's legal bid to overturn the injunction.
  20. greebly Member

    So this injunction was given on the basis of "blackmail"?
    Therefore why were there no criminal proceedings carried out?

    If it was from gossip or hearsay ie someone told somebody else then that person told someone, there are other forms of legal recourse.

    Someone needs to put this into a real perspective.
  21. Anonymous Member

    John hemminway mp named gigg's in parliment today.
    And now the bbc has named gigg's as well
  22. I think the dumb ass would have been wiser to use his lawyers stopping his missus from taking him to the cleaners rather than trying to stop his missus hearing about it! While he's been preoccupied with the gagging order his missus has probably been planning his downfall
  23. Herro Member

    Inb4 we learn that Rooney is a bear, Torres is a twink, and Christiano is a power bottom.
  24. SwordofTruth Member



    p.s fuck Cameron the elitist prick
  25. Anonymous Member

    When will they ever learn :(
  26. Anonymous Member

    Journalists camped outside Giggs' house have had their cars attacked by masked men, tyres slashed... presumably the same thugs that were issuing death threats when Wayne Rooney threatened to leave and play for rivals Manchester City.
  27. SwordofTruth Member

    ;)

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