Bristol - The judge who doshed up Max 'S&M' Mosley £60,000 for hurt feelings in an alleged Nazi ass-whip defamation will hear the case.
Mr Justice Eady will decide the invasion of privacy 'with libel knobs on' law suit following the dropping of police charges against Christopher Jefferies.
The news has caused shock at Jo Yeates pub The Bristol Rahm, some of whose patrons may soon be called as witnesses.
Last month a House of Commons probe into red top bungs in high profile murder cases revealed journos paying £££s to informants 'for any old rubbish'.
Much of this reporting has been sourced to the Clifton Triangle pub - and somehow found its way into Sunday Smearer columns.
These branded Jefferies a weirdo wackjob and 'obviously guilty as hell...of something.'
Lawyers formerly acting for exonerated Maddie Mccann-accused Robert Murat are set to make an out of court killing with reports of Jefferies settling at a cool £1 million.
Vincent Tabak is on remand.