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Let's talk about Clarence

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Re: Let's talk about Clarence

Post by ultimaThule on Tue Feb 11, 2014 6:26 pm

It seems to me that what the good people of Brighton Pavillion should be asking Clarence is how much he is paid for his labours on behalf of the McCanns and by whom, and whether it is his intention to continue to act as their spokeman - whether paid or unpaid - should he have the great good fortune to represent the constituency in Parliament.  

On the other hand, any concerned elector may as well save their breath as they're unlikely get an honest answer out of a man who does not scruple to lie and otherwise distort the truth for his living.
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Re: Let's talk about Clarence

Post by comperedna on Tue Feb 11, 2014 6:57 pm

Clarence acts like a bluebottle fly settling on a cowpat. Any smelly dubious case and he is there getting involved one way or another. Remember the Jill Dando case? (She was neatly executed, doubtless for what she knew, by persons unknown) or the case of the British teenager found in the shallows dead on a Goan beach?... There he was again! He is a harbinger of doom, or rather of obfuscation.

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Re: Let's talk about Clarence

Post by noddy100 on Tue Feb 11, 2014 7:00 pm

@ultimaThule wrote:It seems to me that what the good people of Brighton Pavillion should be asking Clarence is how much he is paid for his labours on behalf of the McCanns and by whom, and whether it is his intention to continue to act as their spokeman - whether paid or unpaid - should he have the great good fortune to represent the constituency in Parliament.  

On the other hand, any concerned elector may as well save their breath as they're unlikely get an honest answer out of a man who does not scruple to lie and otherwise distort the truth for his living.
I have asked him many qs via twitter and he never answers! Only once to tell me to get my facts straight re his association with the Labout Party

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Re: Let's talk about Clarence

Post by Halfwit on Thu Feb 13, 2014 6:57 am

Within days of his appointment to the case I asked a friend who worked in PR for the Home Office what was the general opinion of him.

Her reply ''He's a tw*t''.

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Re: Let's talk about Clarence

Post by Watching on Thu Feb 13, 2014 6:07 pm

@Tony Bennett wrote:Clarence Mitchell is very successful.

Clarence Mitchell is very sure of himself.

Clarence Mitchell is very confident.

He reminds me a bit of Lance Armstrong in his prime...


And Clarence Mitchell is a very good friend of Gerry McCanns!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3e_H5n1CB78

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Re: Let's talk about Clarence

Post by diatribe on Thu Feb 13, 2014 7:31 pm

Clarence Mitchell always reminds me of an Oxford St. spiv running a 'Find the lady' scam, or a mock auctioneer.

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