Bill Maloney Fights Max Clifford Outside Court
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Being in prison is like being buried alive, Max Clifford tells court
During his long and successful career as a publicist, he represented a mixed range of clients, and was often considered a controversial figure, due to his representation of unpopular clients (such as those convicted, or accused of crimes) and his work for people wishing to sell “kiss-and-tell” stories to tabloid newspapers.
Those who commit crime tend to focus on white collar crime and a very large proportion of people never do get caught. This is why Jeffre…
Being in prison is like being buried alive, Max Clifford tells court.
Yes, a person or group of people, constructed a big bowl.
That bowl is made out of faeces and filled to the brim with people.
The bowl is sealed. As an afterthought, the bowl is sliced open and a group of people are sent into manage the people who are sent to live in the excrement.
Then sealed back up, again.