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Wednesday, 16 December 2009

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Off on a winter sunshine break after winning the damages payout today

London - (Tossers): The man who didn't kill Crimebotch presenter Jill Dando has won millions in libel compensation from a UK tabloid grope - er, group!

Barry George Bush sued The Spun and Spews of The World after being branded a relative of convicted paedo nursery worker Vanessa George Bush.

Ms Bush started a seven year sentence this week for an appalling catalogue of perverted acts that shocked the nation.

Speaking via his lawyer today Mr Bush said he was pleased at result.

"Mr Bush has been vindicated by today's payout. So what if he got it wrong about Saddam? Ooops, sorry! Wrong client."

The compensation order is believed to be around three quarters of a million pounds.

This compares favorably with damages won earlier this year by Rachel Nickel's non-murderer Colin Stagg and Madeleine McCann's non-abductor Robert Murat.

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