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Tuesday, 1 February 2011

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Printing Vincent Tabak's pic alongside 'Our Maddie' could be worth a fortune in libel/defamation fees

Bristol - (R.I.Pizza): Morning headlines in today's Daily Smearer have confirmed the nation's worst fears.

News of 'Our Jo's' parents' alignment with Kate and Gerry McCann has startled many, including lawyers for Vincent Tabak.

Readers are gobsmacked at what prompted reporters to ask the question likening the Hampshire couple's plight to that of the McCanns.

"Frankly, we were a bit short on decent headline ammo this morning," Smearer deputy editor Doug Barkin commented, "when a golden opportunity came along.

"We're really just waiting for that Chris Jefferies fella to be dragged back inside the police station again."

The story spread rapidly to other tabloids who printed Tabak's picture alongside one of missing Rothley toddler Madeleine McCann.

"I'm thinking 'mistrial' and criminal defamation," veteran libel barrister Rodney Ploomstock chuckled with glee.

"Could be worth a bundle in defence fees."

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