F1 » Mosley warns newspaper editors: It's not finished yet!


Former FIA President Max Mosley has responded to the European Court of Human Rights' ruling not to make it a legal requirement for newspapers to forewarn the subjects of their articles of impending publication - insisting 'it's not finished yet'

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andrew. - Unregistered

May 13, 2011 5:18 PM

I call BS on what Mosley says!

He wants to set a dangerous precedent with this prewarnings. It is the same with teh super injuctions. To be fair, these so far have only been used to protect rich idiots who have been cheating on the other halves, but the time will come when the public needs to know something, but they wont be able to thanks to pre-warnings and super injuctions.

He should let sleeping dogs lie. I really don't see what he is hoping to achieve by constantly going to courts, except wasting court time and incurring huge legal fees. Given the way he was exposed and his behaviour in the FIA, he should slink away into obscurity and privacy (as any reasonably minded person would), instead he has become an attention seeking fool!

Mark _

May 13, 2011 7:20 PM
Last Edited 1228 days ago

I really doubt that Max is doing this to protect others. He is still trying to get his pound of flesh. The funny thing is that no one would be talking about this old news anymore but he keeps bringing it up again. You would think that for his family's sake he would let this fade away. Perhaps he blames his lifestyle becoming public knowledge for his son's death? In any case let it go.

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