Comments:UK newspapers face libel, privacy action over murder coverage

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Innocent until proven guilty006:15, 23 April 2011

Innocent until proven guilty

When newspapers get ahead of themselves like this, they ought to be sued. This is exactly the kind of scenario for which libel laws were created.

76.74.194.130 (talk)06:15, 23 April 2011