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Huhne pleads guilty


Chronos the 2nd

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Story.

Chris Huhne admits perverting the course of justice and lying but I am a tad confused was he lying or 'spinning' as it was pointed out to me in another thread "There's a big difference between politicians and businesses who tend to 'spin' rather than lying outright"

So perhaps this is all a misunderstanding?

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I am a tad confused was he lying or 'spinning' as it was pointed out to me in another thread "There's a big difference between politicians and businesses who tend to 'spin' rather than lying outright"

You certainly are a tad confused, because you can't seem to recognise that this incident has nothing whatever to do with the other thread - the one that your quoted text comes from. The two contexts are completely different, but as you don't realise that, allow me to explain:

In this case a man lied to police about who was driving his car when it was speeding. he continued to lie when interviewed - several times - by reporters. he has finally confessed, and will pay the penalty; it's a criminal matter.

The other matter has nothing whatever to do with a criminal case, and politicians were not mentioned by anyone, except you. It's patently obvious that you've decided to post this thread because you are angry at another forum user. It's petty, spiteful behaviour, and I'll not tolerate it.

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