Monday, 9 May 2011

InjunctionSuper

Seventeen hours after InjunctionSuper claimed to identify the subjects of a number of Super Injunctions on Twitter and over eighteen thousand users have signed up as followers. Jemima Khan has stated that she hasn't taken out an injunction but hasn't denied that either he or his wife have. Is this going to be the interweb game for the summer?


The judges have got themselves into a pickle on this one and are bringing English law into international disrepute. They desperately need rescuing for our own good. 


I'll leave comments on, but any posts with names will be deleted.

5 comments:

Nick Drew said...

as a parlour-game, to borrow a simile used elsewhere recently, it's like Mornington Crescent

I particularly like the one about the 'leading politician' who 'played a high-profile role in the AV campaign' ...

Anonymous said...

I do not care a flying f*** who these arrogant twats are, they are in reality pissant nobodies.

What I do care vehemently about is the fact that it is one law for the rich and another for the poor and that is unequal and inequality breeds revolution.

Gordo said...

Best justice that money can buy.

English Pensioner said...

I haven't denied that I've got a super-injunction, neither has my wife, daughters, sons-in law or grandson.
Following the logic of many of the Twits, that obviously means that we all have one.

Anonymous said...

Judges should start putting these vile law breaker, who are in contempt, in prison. Even if it means 10 million people get a criminal record, a law is a law and if broken justice must be served!