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Thursday, 4 October 2012

image for Sir Jimmy Savile to be tried from beyond the grave
Saville refused to comment on the allegations

Prime Minister David Cameron will address the Conservative Party Conference next week with news of an announcement designed to increase their popularity by at least 15% - the dead corpse of Sir Jim'll Savile will be dug up and tried in a court of law, following TV allegations of sex with various under-age girls during the 1970s, were made in an ITV documentary.

Cameron met with Tory party lawyers and PR people, with both deciding that the idea was legal and would gain votes. The mortuary will begin digging up the body during the second day of the Conference with a live webcam coverage in the corner of the Tory website.

A spokesman for the Tory Party told this reporter: "It's far better for Sir Jim'll to be here to defend himself, rather than this kangaroo court convicting him in his absence."

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