Friday, July 8, 2011

You thought superinjunctions were old news? Think again


The courts are still processing them.

"The Claimant seeks an order that, for the time being at least, he should be protected by an order for anonymisation of the parties. Although I have ruled against him on the summary judgment applications, I shall proceed on the basis that he may succeed at trial in establishing a right to confidentiality in respect of the spent convictions. His objective would be defeated if all is revealed through the court process. Accordingly, I will grant anonymity subject, as always, to review if circumstances change."

Take a look. Do you feel safer at night knowing that KJO and XIM are not known to the public?

http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/QB/2011/1768.html

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