Monday, 23 May 2011

Tamil refugee who was accused of faking his hunger strike

It's worth watching last weeks BBC One program See you in Court on BBC Iplayer here
It follows A young Tamil refugee fights for his reputation after the Daily Mail and The Sun claimed he faked his lengthy hunger strike by eating burgers. This led to death threats, he went to court to clear his name.
It's just another example of newspaper lies.


  1. Was that the one who was defended by Carter Ruck. Weren't they the ones behind the Trafigura super injunction ?

  2. Actually yes, the win no fee clients use them to as well as celbs, They take on a case if they think they can win, clebs of course pay well