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Sunday, 9 September 2012

Just Another Day at TV Licensing Goon School

Some of TV Licensing's finest, if there is such a thing, are heading back to the classroom after suffering another humiliating courtroom defeat.

More on that story tomorrow, so don't forget to check in then. 

We promise it'll be a cringeworthy read for the BBC and TV Licensing!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

'Possible broadcasts', detection equipment that supposedly works with margins of error despite their claims of frightening accuracy, TV Licensing's (The BBC) endless pursuit of that precious £145.50 even from innocent people in ill health, lies, fabrications, falsified documents presented to magistrates, the reluctance/inability to present detector evidence in such high places as crown courts. The list goes on.

I for one cannot wait to read the account of the latest victim of TV Licensing (The BBC) and the way justice was won in court. I truly hope the full account of the person's story goes a long way to damaging the already piss poor reputation of the BBC.

The person involved didn't want to become a victim of The BBC and neither should anybody else.

Thoroughly looking forward to the read tomorrow.