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Unappealing Clifford

As Max Clifford launches an appeal against his eight-year prison sentence, all it shows is how truly unappealing he still is

 

Despite being convicted on eight counts of indecent assault between 1977 and 1984, sexual offender Max Clifford has decided to launch an appeal against his eight-year prison sentence. In doing so, all Clifford achieves is to inflict yet more misery on his victims.

 

Max Clifford with his now ex-wife Jo Westwood
Max Clifford with his now ex-wife Jo Westwood
Max Clifford attended his brothers funeral in August
Max Clifford attended his brothers funeral in August
Even before being jailed Max Clifford was known to enjoy the company of convicts and liars
Even before being jailed Max Clifford was known to enjoy the company of convicts and liars

Serving his sentence in HM Prison Littlehey in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, Clifford alongside such individuals as the police killer Harry Roberts, Clifford has had one outing from prison since his incarceration. In August, he was allowed out to attend his brother’s funeral at North East Surrey Crematorium and is said to have “stood laughing and smiling with family and friends” afterwards.

 

Max Clifford is as entitled to appeal as much as the next man, but all he achieves through it is to show his lack of remorse and how arrogant he truly is. Long may this “contemptuous” creep rot.

 

 

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Comments

2 comments on “Unappealing Clifford”

  1. What will a successful appeal mean to Max? Will he be able to represent Simon Cowell and the big brands again? The public are cynical of the Public Relations industry. Spin has had its day.

    1. You are quite right. When I lived in England (I am now in Florida), I came across Max Clifford at parties. He always talked ‘dirty’ and looked like the sort that enjoyed molesting and belittling women. He should not be freed.

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