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Closure & Clifford

The inquest into the paedophile monster Max Clifford’s death in prison reveals that even whilst locked up he lived the high-life; those that enabled him in the clink have questions to answer

For the victims of the monstrous remorseless paedophile Max Clifford (whom likely included a 12-year-old girl in Spain beyond his British victims even), his demise in 2017 finally should have brought closure.

 

Now, however, with the opening of an inquest into this vile specimen’s death from heart failure, yet more misery is being piled on these poor people. Whilst Simon Milburn, assistant coroner for Cambridgeshire, announced that Clifford’s death “could not have been prevented,” this convicted sex offender’s supporters are disgustingly trying to make a case to the contrary.

 

Max Clifford, it instead can be revealed, received “a much better standard of healthcare than anybody does on the outside.” Going further, Dr Monica Chambers, a GP at Littlehey Prison, where Clifford collapsed whilst serving a much deserved eight year sentence, added: “I believe Mr Clifford had a superb mattress, a very comfortable mattress. I don’t know how he managed to get that.”

 

Frankly, that this cretin of a creature had it cushy whilst locked up is a disgrace. We say: Shame on those that let Max Clifford live it large whilst a lag. Those that did have a lot of questions to answer.

 

Pictured top: Max Clifford with his daughter Louise Clifford, a shameless woman who continues his legacy through running a tawdry public relations company named Borne Media.

 

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Disgraceful. He should have been put in the stocks daily and fed only gruel. As for that daughter, she is mental to think she can continue working in the crap “industry” called public relations. She should shut up shot and disappear. I hope the victims sue that family’s ass off.

  2. Shame on the prison authorities for giving him a cushy number. As for the daughter, she shamed womankind by supporting her evil daddy. Witch.

  3. What a bloody scum bag, how the hell does he get a superb mattress for starters, there should be a bloody enquiry regarding that alone. Any officers that gave this piece of filth special treatment, should be charged. I’m only sad that he escaped his full term of prison life, his young victims have to endure what they went through, forever. I’m just waiting now for that complete loony, Rolf is Innocent to come out of the wood work. Good riddance to him, and if there is a hell, this prick should be sweating.

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