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Michael Barrymore demands £2.5 million compensation for 'wrongful arrest' re Stuart Lubbock death - but Essex Police only offer £1 (Daily Mail & Daily Mirror, 21 Dec 2016)

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Post by Ladyinred on 07.06.18 21:59

... "floating at the bottom of the pool"?

How can you float at the bottom of a pool?  To float is to lie on, or close to, the surface of water.

Hope he receives nothing.
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Post by Tony Bennett on 07.06.18 23:02

@Ladyinred wrote:... "floating at the bottom of the pool"?

How can you float at the bottom of a pool?  To float is to lie on, or close to, the surface of water.

Hope he receives nothing.
Exactly so. And he was 'facing upwards'. Barrymore later wrote a book, titled 'Awight Now'*, in which he stated that he had stared into Stuart's eyes. Six feet below at the bottom of the pool.

His then lover, drag queen Jonathan Kenney, who stars in the homosexual clubs of Lancashire, claimed that he was the first to find Stuart and that he was floating face down at the surface. 

None of their stories matched.

He was never in the pool and was never pulled out of it.   


* That's why we called our book 'Not Awight'.  Barrymore's catchphrase was 'Awight at the back?'

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Post by BlueBag on 08.06.18 8:04

This whole thing stinks.

Barrymore knows what happened.
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Post by Amy Dean on 08.06.18 12:08

It won't be the first time that someone who knows exactly what happened has been financially compensated.
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Post by willowthewisp on 08.06.18 13:52

Hi Mr Antony Bennett,Mr Terry Lubbock and the compensation being brought by Michael Barrymore against Essex Police Force and a liason Officer to assist you in attending the Court process November 2018?

If Essex Police have offered only £1.00 in Compensation,then Essex Police Force know they have not followed the correct procedures and Compensation is payable to the afflicted/effected party!

The Essex Police Force have failed in their duties to both Mr Terry,Stuart Lubbock and his Family in the way they "Investigated" Stuart Lubbock's Death?
Perhaps if the Essex Police Force had used as much,time,effort into the "Criminal analysis" into Stuarts Death and how hard they have "Fought Against Terry Lubbock", Tooth and Nail in having the case Re-opened into the actual Death,how many years tooing and Frowing from IPCC,on Essex Police Force whose own Commander in Chief promised to meet Mr Terry Lubbock in September 2018,then very quickly made a "Batman Manoeuvre" down the Batpole to the awaiting squad car to speed him to his Home,now happily retired? 

Now they want Mr Lubbock Senior to attend Court in case Mr Terry Lubbock to be a very use full "Tool in order to assist" an Essex Police Force try to manipulate its way out of paying the amount of compensation to be set by the Court?
I am stating this as to why should Mr Terry Lubbock have to re-live,suffer the "Evidence" the Police acted on in Stuart Lubbock's Death,to be now possibly be used to reduce the compensation likely to be paid to Mr Barrymore?

Whatever amount Mr Michael Barrymore receives,perhaps Mr Terry Lubbock could take out a "Civil claim" on behalf of his lost Son,Stuart,that if or what amount claimed in the civil case Mr Lubbock Senior could use as he wishes.

The best of Good Luck on any future actions taken against Mr Michael Barrymore on behalf of your dearly beloved Son, Stuart, Father Mr Terry Lubbock.  

The  Police and Government Authorities have failed you,do not let them use you or your "Good Family Name" to now fight their battles in Court,why put yourself through this ordeal,hit "Barrymore" where it will hurt him most in a "Civil Claim"l
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Post by scratchy on 06.10.18 16:33

Didn't know where to post this.  It's a short video I made this morning (first one in about 3/4yrs) about Michael lying blatantly about not using PR firms.  Hes really adamant about it which makes me as suspicious as he is adamant.  Anyway it was all easily found doing a few searches.

He seems to lie so fluidly:

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Post by Tony Bennett on 09.11.18 20:53

@scratchy wrote:Didn't know where to post this.  It's a short video I made this morning (first one in about 3/4yrs) about Michael lying blatantly about not using PR firms.  Hes really adamant about it which makes me as suspicious as he is adamant.  Anyway it was all easily found doing a few searches.

He seems to lie so fluidly:


@ scratchy   That was a good little video, I watched it, well done. I know for a fact that Barrymore actively cultivated press editors and top people in the media. He was what you call 'Box Office' and ANY story about him would sell newspapers. My book was serialised in the News of the World in 2007. The Assistant Editor there, Phil Taylor, was telling me that Barrymore was always popping in there to promote himself. And he arranged that interview with Martin Bashir  

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Media Release – Immediate

9pm  Friday 9 November 2018

 

TERRY LUBBOCK, father of his murdered son STUART LUBBOCK, to attend the High Trial of Michael Barrymore -v- Essex Police, 21 & 22 November 2018

On Wednesday 21st & Thursday 22nd November, the High Court will conclude a case which represents a further travesty of injustice in this case.

The High Court has already decided, without knowing much of the evidence in the case, that Michael Barrymore is entitled to compensation because Essex Police wrongfully arrested him on suspicion of murder in June 2007. (At that time I was representing Terry Lubbock and still am today). There was a technical breach of the regulations relating to Barrymore’s arrest. He was arrested by a Detective Sergeant not a Detective Inspector because Essex Police had to arrest three individuals that day on suspicion of murder - and they were short-staffed. But over and above that, the Judge at a previous hearing accepted Barrymore’s claim that there had been insufficient evidence to arrest him on suspicion of murder. Barrymore is claiming £2,500,000 compensation.     

The hearing on 21st and 22nd November therefore is purely to decide how much compensation he will receive. Terry Lubbock will be attending the hearing and Essex Police have agreed to provide a car to take him there and back. I will be accompanying him. Terry has considerable difficulty walking and has to use a catheter. But in his mind he remains determined to be present and hopefully to see some sort of progress towards the authorities recognising that his son was murdered and bringing the perpetrators to justice.

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Contacts: Terry Lubbock Tel: 01279 426975, lives at Abbott Care Home, Harlow. He can speak to anyone at any time but may be in hospital for a procedure on Monday 12th November   

Tony Bennett, representative, Tel: 01743 249 283  Mobile: 07835 716537:     

BACKGROUND FACTS

Stuart Lubbock, aged 33, attended a party at Michael Barrymore’s Roydon, Essex home at about 2am on Saturday 1 April 2001. At 5.46am that morning local man Justin Merritt ‘phoned Essex Ambulance Service saying that they had just pulled out a man from Barrymore’s outdoor swimming pool. This, we are sure, was a fabrication, one that many sections of the media maintain to this day. We are sure that Stuart was already dead as a result of a sexual assault which had killed him up to an hour before the ambulance was called.  

An Inquest in September 2002 returned a surprising ‘Open’ verdict, despite overwhelming evidence that he had been savagely sexually assaulted that night and died as a result.

In January 2006 Terry Lubbock asked me for help, fired up by Barrymore trying to make a comeback on Celebrity Big Brother.     

The following events then took place:

I compiled a dossier of evidence for Essex Police, setting out evidence that Stuart Lubbock had never been in the swimming pool that night - and that six men and one woman present that night had lied comprehensively about that night’s events. I submitted it to them in August 2006

On 1 December 2006 Essex Police began a re-investigation into the case.

In early 2007 I assisted Terry Lubbock to make a series of misconduct complaints against Essex Police. The Independent Police Complaints Commission upheld several of them, sharply criticising them for having left the crime scene in charge of Michael Barrymore’s Manager, Mr Mike Browne, and for ‘losing’ valuable evidence.

I also submitted a claim to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) for Terry Lubbock and his divorced wife. Both received awards after the CICA agreed that we had satisfied them that it was more likely than not that Stuart had been murdered.

In June 2007, Michael Barrymore, Jonathan Kennedy (Barrymore’s then lover) and Justin Merritt were arrested on suspicion of Stuart’s murder. They were not charged because of ‘insufficient evidence’.

In July 2007 Terry Lubbock and I published our book Not Awight: Getting Away With Murder, which is still on sale (please contact me).         

In 2016 I assisted Terry Lubbock to apply to the Attorney-General for permission for a second Inquest to be held. This was refused the following year.   

 

ENDS

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Post by Doug D on 22.11.18 13:36

Plenty of early reports such as this from Court on Tuesday, but then it all went quiet.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6410417/Michael-Barrymore-receive-nominal-damages-wrongful-arrest.html


Tony, are the three Judges just thinking about it, or have they imposed reporting restrictions or something?

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Post by Tony Bennett on 22.11.18 16:30

@Doug D wrote:Plenty of early reports such as this from Court on Tuesday, but then it all went quiet.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6410417/Michael-Barrymore-receive-nominal-damages-wrongful-arrest.html

Tony, are the three Judges just thinking about it, or have they imposed reporting restrictions or something?

A short report on Barrymore v Essex Police, Court of Appeal, 20 November 2018

I attended with Terry Lubbock.

I need to put on record my thanks to Essex Police for providing the Family Liaison Officer and a female colleague to transport us to and from the hearing.

Unfortunately we had to leave the Court at 2.30pm to meet with the police and get our lift back to Harlow.

In court for this truly absurd set of legal proceedings were three Law Lords, headed by Lord Leveson, four Court staff, two Q.C. barristers, their clerks, several solicitors and assistant solicitors, several reporters, a documentary team and a few members of the public. Quite crowded for a small court.

I sat two rows right behind Michael Barrymore. He was nearly rigid throughout the proceedings, barely moving. Occasionally he whispered something to his solicitor.   

A few facts new to me emerged.

The police had had to arrest three people on suspicion of murder: Michael Barrymore, his then lover Jonathan Kenney, and Harlow man Justin Merritt. Barrymore was living with famous impresario and Everton Chairman Bill Kenwright, while the other two lived in Essex and Lancashire. They had to do this at the same time to avoid any possibility of collusion.

A Detective Constable, Carol Jenkins, had been designated to arrest Barrymore. She had been briefed by the Senior Investigating Officer in the case, Detective Chief Superintendent Gareth Wilson.

She was unable to do so because she had been stuck in traffic and had then gone to the wrong address.

A surveillance team was watching the place where Barrymore was temporarily staying - with Bill Kenwright.  They moved to arrest him and bundled him into a van. The surveillance team member who arrested Barrymore and cautioned him etc. did not have sufficient knowledge of the precise grounds on which Barrymore was being detained.  Essex Police had admitted to this and this was said to be sufficient to prove the ‘tort’ (civil wrong) of ‘false imprisonment’.

It was argued very persuasively by Essex Police’s barrister, Lord Edward Faulks QC, that he would have been arrested anyway if the right person had been there.

Therefore - it was suggested - Barrymore had actually suffered no damage at all.
At an earlier hearing in the High Court before Mr Justice Stewart-Smith, he had found the following very important facts:


1   Essex Police had lawful grounds for arresting Michael Barrymore on suspicion of committing the act of murdering Stuart Lubbock by means of anal rape…


2   ...because he and two other men (Kenney and Merritt) were the only three men that night who had the ‘window of opportunity’ to do so


3   There was evidence that the anal rape had been committed by ‘a blunt instrument’ which had never been found, and


4   There was sufficient evidence that the anal rape was the cause or a major cause of his death.

However, despite that, Mr Justice Stewart-Smith had held that Michael Barrymore was entitled to more than nominal damages because Essex Police were ‘wrong’ to have arrested him by an officer who had not had the opportunity to be properly briefed. He therefore said that Barrymore should be awarded substantial damages and decreed that there should be a further hearing to assess these ‘substantial’ damages’.

Essex Police appealed to the Court of Appeal against the finding that he had suffered ‘substantial’ damage, arguing that he had suffered no damage at all by being arrested by an improperly-briefed officer - because he would have been lawfully arrested anyway. He should therefore only receive nominal damages.

Essex Police were initially refused leave to appeal but appealed against that decision and were eventually granted leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal.

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During legal submissions, great emphasis was laid on the decision in the case of Lumba vs. Secretary of State for the Home Department. I will reproduce a summary of the decision here:

Lumba v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (2011) UKSC 12. 

The Supreme Court considered the legality of detaining foreign nationals who had completed prison sentences for criminal offences, pending their deportation.  It was concluded that their detention was unlawful: the policy under which they had been detained had not been published and was inconsistent with published policy.  The tort of false imprisonment was satisfied: the appellants had been detained, and their detention had not rested on a lawful decision.  However, the appellants could have been detained lawfully for this period under the published policy, and, in consequence, were entitled to only nominal damages.  Lord Phillips, Lord Brown and Lord Rodger dissented in part, contending that the tort of false imprisonment was not made out where it was shown that a reasonable decision-maker, applying a lawful policy, would have detained the appellants.

This was a Supreme Court decision with a full complement of NINE Supreme Court judges. They decided for the Home Office and against Mr Lumba on a 6 to 3 majority, showing how fine the line can be between one judge’s evaluation of the law on a series of facts, and another judge’s. The minority of three judges would also have decided the case in favour of the Home Office, but on different grounds. i.e. the minority did not think that the ‘tort’ of false imprisonment had been made out at all. Lord Leveson observed that the Law Lords had been ‘all over the place’ in their decision.

I did not stay long enough to hear all the submissions, but Essex Police’s submission was much more persuasive than that of Hugh Tomlinson Q.C.’s for Michael Barrymore.

I don’t know if the case went on to a second day.

I don’t know the result. I will keep in touch with the Essex Police Force Solicitor who will tell me the result.

There were no reporting restrictions.

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Essex Police’s barrister opened the case with this statement:

“Stuart Lubbock’s body was found in a swimming pool”.

As CMOMM members here will know, my researches on the case show that Stuart Lubbock was never in the swimming pool that night. I have suggested, with evidence, that it is likely that Stuart was raped to death about an hour or more before the Ambulance Service was called, that a hoax drowning was then enacted, with Stuart’s body placed in swimming shorts by the pool, then some buckets of water thrown over him and water forced down his throat to fake a drowning.

Only then was the ambulance called.  

Essex Police were severely criticised by the Independent Police Complaints Commission for failing to secure the crime scene and allowing Michael Barrymore’s Manager, Mike Brown, to look after the crime scene and also take the all-important temperature of the swimming pool in which it is alleged (I say falsely) that that Stuart was swimming in that night.   

I am satisfied that multiple lies were told by all the 8 witnesses at that so-called ‘party’ and that all have therefore participated to a greater or lesser extent in the cover-up of a wicked killing of an innocent man. I am totally satisfied that, if not directly involved in Stuart’s killing, Barrymore knows exactly what happened to him, and therefore I view with utter contempt his attempt to extract £2.5 million compensation from the taxpayer and his wasting of police time and resources with this pathetic application. 




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Post by Tony Bennett Yesterday at 14:31

BREAKING RIGHT NOW...


Essex Police WIN appeal against Michael Barrymore.

Barrymore only to get 'nominal' damages. So NOT the £2.5 million he claimed!

He will have to pay his own legal costs.

So he has lost bigtime!

Some good news at last for Terry Lubbock.

And the issue of what REALLY happened to Stuart Lubbock on 1 April 2001 is yet to be determined.

One day...

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Post by Tony Bennett Yesterday at 15:17

@Tony Bennett wrote:BREAKING RIGHT NOW...


Essex Police WIN appeal against Michael Barrymore.

Barrymore only to get 'nominal' damages. So NOT the £2.5 million he claimed!

He will have to pay his own legal costs.

So he has lost bigtime!

Some good news at last for Terry Lubbock.

And the issue of what REALLY happened to Stuart Lubbock on 1 April 2001 is yet to be determined.

One day...
BBC report today here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-46539775 


Stuart Lubbock, murdered 1 April 2001

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Post by Cmaryholmes Yesterday at 15:35

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@Tony Bennett wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:BREAKING RIGHT NOW...


Essex Police WIN appeal against Michael Barrymore.

Barrymore only to get 'nominal' damages. So NOT the £2.5 million he claimed!

He will have to pay his own legal costs.

So he has lost bigtime!

Some good news at last for Terry Lubbock.

And the issue of what REALLY happened to Stuart Lubbock on 1 April 2001 is yet to be determined.

One day...
BBC report today here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-46539775 


Stuart Lubbock, murdered 1 April 2001
Great news! How dare Barrymore expect to benefit financially from this sorry saga!

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Post by sar Yesterday at 16:04

@Tony Bennett wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:BREAKING RIGHT NOW...


Essex Police WIN appeal against Michael Barrymore.

Barrymore only to get 'nominal' damages. So NOT the £2.5 million he claimed!

He will have to pay his own legal costs.

So he has lost bigtime!

Some good news at last for Terry Lubbock.

And the issue of what REALLY happened to Stuart Lubbock on 1 April 2001 is yet to be determined.

One day...
BBC report today here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-46539775 


Stuart Lubbock, murdered 1 April 2001
Thank you Tony!  Eternally grateful.  You might say "A good day to bury bad news"  I couldn't possibly say that.

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Post by sar Yesterday at 16:14

@Cmaryholmes wrote:I
@Tony Bennett wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:BREAKING RIGHT NOW...


Essex Police WIN appeal against Michael Barrymore.

Barrymore only to get 'nominal' damages. So NOT the £2.5 million he claimed!

He will have to pay his own legal costs.

So he has lost bigtime!

Some good news at last for Terry Lubbock.

And the issue of what REALLY happened to Stuart Lubbock on 1 April 2001 is yet to be determined.

One day...
BBC report today here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-46539775 


Stuart Lubbock, murdered 1 April 2001
Great news! How dare Barrymore expect to benefit financially from this sorry saga!
Maybe he will end up with £10 from Teddy Bass like Gal at the end of the film "Sexy Beast."

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Post by Jill Havern Yesterday at 16:31

Seventeen bloody years Mr Lubbock has been trying to get justice for his murdered son. It's outrageous.

Well done Tony for helping Mr Lubbock fight this.

Not forgetting what you've done to help Mr Balkwell with his fight for justice for his murdered son too.

Get 'em Tony! thumbsup
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Post by springer Yesterday at 17:19

Well done Tony.  You have my utmost respect for your unstinting efforts to seek justice, whatever the cause. 
I hope this brings some peace to Mr Lubbock.

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Post by willowthewisp Yesterday at 19:32

Congratulations to Mr Tony Bennett for supporting the fight for justice for the "Lubbock" family.
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Post by sar Yesterday at 19:45

@willowthewisp wrote:Congratulations to Mr Tony Bennett for supporting the fight for justice for the "Lubbock" family.
+! willow

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