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‘Getting Away With Murder’ author sued for defamation

Phil Cleary, author of the true crime title Getting Away With Murder (A&U) is being sued by barrister Dyson Hore-Lacy for defamation. Hore-Lacy, represented Julian Burnside QC (himself an author), said he was ‘outraged' by passages in Cleary's book that suggested he had helped James Ramage construct a defence of...

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