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Bernie Ecclestone says he doesn't feel worried about F1's bribery case as he 'isn't guilty' of anything

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January 05, 2013 11:59 PM

He won't get charged or do any time because for the last few years he has been putting on a persona of senility and his defence will consist of the same made up mental problems that hateful cow of an MP used to get off her expenses fraud.

Matt Schtick - Unregistered

January 06, 2013 1:22 AM

Surely though , doesnt logic dictate that if Gribkowsky has been found guilty of accepting the bribe and Bernie has admitted giving the 'money', then he should be making some new friends in his own love-cell soon. It must have already been proven by the courts that this WAS a bribe, and that Bernie speaks with forked tongue. Loopholes and delays might be his best tactics.

nunoonya buisness - Unregistered

January 06, 2013 3:22 AM

LOL his wording is funny. " I don't think I'm guilty" or "I haven't done anything wrong" Well psychopaths think and feel the same way. When the chop people up!.

Bernie will flash his masonic signals around and get cleared. Nothing will happen to him


January 06, 2013 12:49 PM
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Bernie suffers from what is known as the 'Tall Poppy Syndrome', where people like Bernie are often presumed by the general public to be guilty. It reminds me of those infamous 18th century military trials when the Judge Advocate would say at the start of the trial.."March the Guilty Bast..d in".


January 06, 2013 12:59 PM

oh well, if bernie says he is "not guilty", he has abviously become judge and jury himself!

it is up to others to decide on his guilt or innocent.

but here is a question.....it may be illegal to ACCEPT a bribe, but is it actually illegal to OFFER or GIVE a bribe?

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