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Monday, March 12, 2007

Oh Feck, Abe Has Asked Me To Lie With Him

Abe and Ruth - a story of biblical proportionsThere's been some unforgivable misreporting over the past 48 hours from the likes of Paul Staines, Iain Dale and Labour Watch, Benedict White and Bill Cameron.

They've all misquoted the gorgeous pouting Ruth Turner as having said: "Oh f**k, Levy has asked me to lie for him". Ruth said no such thing. In "a moment of madness", after a large bowl of kneidelach soup and a couple of kosher fino sherries, she was temporarily seduced and fell under Abe's spell. It happens to all of us... well, many of us. Thankfully there were no consequences and the morning after pill was not needed. Shame on the internet low-lifes to twist her words and make them sound like a political scandal!

6 comments:

Benedict White said...

Luke, you have misquoted what I wrote, which was:
"According to it, Ruth Turner's document did in effect accuse Lord Levy of trying to get her to lie."

No swearing or twisting of words. What is more, it is not so much what Ruth Turner said, as what she wrote, possibly in a fit of pique, or possibly not.

Luke Akehurst said...

Well everyone else swore. What's your problem, then? Got the lawyers after you?

Mind you, having read your paragraph "I also suspect that Yates of the Yard would have also wanted to question Lord Levy and Johnathan Powell again, but then maybe not", I guess you're just a big girl's blouse. Allegedly. Or possibly not.

Benedict White said...

LOL!

Mind you, I do get lawyers reading my blog. It gets a bit worrying when they have obviously been emailed the link!

Still, no writs yet!

Luke Akehurst said...

I don't like to censor people's remarks but I've just removed an anti-semitic comment from this blog from someone who can't spell "semitic" but can spell "yid". Looks like yet another victim of Hackney's schools.

Luke Akehurst said...

Benedict - it's the exact opposite with me. Lawyers like to read your blog, I like to blog about lawyers.

Anonymous said...

What did it say? That Levy is a scumbag? Don't stand up for the creep