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Topic History of: Is this going to be the year...
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hedda Unsure of UK law but a solicitor had a 100 year old NSW precedent overturned in the High Court..that police could not be sued for malicious prosecution.

It's made an enormous difference with cops having to be extra careful after the first applicant settled for $6M in damages.
hedda JK2006 wrote:
when it dawns on the media and on decent police and judges that there are millions of loonies out there making false allegations?

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1039246...iled-ten-months.html


not until hacks or media owners themselves are accused. Which will happen eventually.
JK2006 when it dawns on the media and on decent police and judges that there are millions of loonies out there making false allegations?

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1039246...iled-ten-months.html