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Disgraceful Police remarks regarding Cliff 3 Months ago  
Police are trying to put the blame on the BBC - I tried to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry that police use the media to provoke false allegations. We all know the publicity provoked eight fresh false claims about Cliff; that was exactly what the police wanted (knowing how weak the original lies were). This is the way they work.
 
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Jo

Re:Disgraceful Police remarks regarding Cliff 3 Months ago  
That's shocking but not surprising, I suppose. I didn't realise that there were more accusations against Cliff. I thought there was just one.

Do you think we'll hear who the BBC's source was?

"Mr Fenwick also told about a meeting with the BBC reporter in July 2014, saying it was clear he knew the force was investigating an allegation of child sexual abuse had been made because he described the singer as a 'celebrity paedo.'

Mr Fenwick said the reporter 'clearly stated' he had got his information from Operation Yewtree, but later denied his source was linked to the investigation
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www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5620821...sex-abuse-probe.html
 
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Re:Disgraceful Police remarks regarding Cliff 3 Months ago  
Just one of the many provoked by the publicity...

The Independent writes

A man that accused Sir Cliff Richard of sex abuse was arrested over a plot to blackmail the singer it has emerged, yet his claims were still investigated by police.
After seeing the police raid at the 75-year-old singer’s home on television, the alleged victim threatened to spread “false stories” unless he received a sum of money, according to the Sunday People.
The man, who remains unnamed, is said to have ­contacted Sir Cliff’s aides with the demands. But after being arrested and questioned by police, a second force reportedly took his claims of abuse seriously.
 
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Re:Disgraceful Police remarks regarding Cliff 3 Months ago  
Remind me not to book a portrait from Elizabeth Cook:


 
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