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Clifford’s chickens come home to roost

Max Clifford charged with 11 counts of indecent assault

 

We recently criticised Operation Yewtree for failing to take proper action against anyone since it began. Now, with Max Clifford having been charged with 11 counts of indecent assault, progress has at last been made.

 

Public relations "guru" Max Clifford
Public relations “guru” Max Clifford

 

Today, Clifford was officially charged with:

 

– One offence of indecent assault relating to a girl, aged 14, in 1966.

– One offence of indecent assault relating to a woman, aged 18, in 1974/1975.

– Three offences of indecent assault relating to a girl, aged 15, in 1977/1978.

– One offence of indecent assault relating to a woman, aged 19, in 1978.

– Two offences of indecent assault relating to a girl, aged 16 or 17, in 1981/1982.

– One offence of indecent assault relating to a woman, aged 19, in 1980/1981.

– Two offences of indecent assault relating to a woman, aged 18, in 1984/1985.

 

Clifford will appear at Westminster Magistrates Court’ on 28th May 2013. Indecent assault is an offence contrary to Section 14 of the Sexual Offences Act 1956. It is punishable by up to 10 years’ imprisonment upon conviction in the Crown Court.

 

It couldn’t have happened to a nicer man. Whether he is proven innocent or guilty, those who have witnessed his manipulation of the media will not be feeling sorry tonight. Max Clifford is a man who built his career upon his “ability” to trade stories about certain people so he could protect others. Now, finally, he’s getting a dose of his own medicine.

  1. Max Clifford provides his clients with a combination of protection and promotion as services. He then admits that he creates false personas for his clients to protect them. They are better off purchasing a box of condoms.
    It is protection, and a hell of a lot cheaper.

  2. Totally agree his career has been built on media manipulation led by money hungry individuals.
    Amazing what levels people steep to for a few pounds. What saddens me is he has destroyed other life’s all in the name of public interest. Including those who have not yet been charged with these offences. Unlike him who has been charged. Hounded, and built up non existent stories.
    However he is still a very rich man from this. Therefore will he pay them off? Corrupted by money and media for the masses. Very sad indeed.

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