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Friday, July 22, 2011

‘Did it for all the people who couldn't’, says Murdoch’s foam pie thrower!


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A screen grab image taken in London, shows protestor Jonathan May-Bowles hitting News Corporation Chief Rupert Murdoch in the face with a plate of foam - AFP
A screen grab image taken in London, shows protestor Jonathan May-Bowles hitting News Corporation Chief Rupert Murdoch in the face with a plate of foam - AFP.

The activist who attempted to throw a shaving foam pie at News Corporation boss Rupert Murdoch has defended his action claiming that he was acting on ‘behalf of phone hacking victims’.
In a self-justifying article, comedian and activist Jonnie Marbles claimed he had carried out his ‘circus crusade’ for all those who could not.
“Simply put, I did it for all the people who couldn't,” Marbles wrote in an article in The Guardian.
Marbles, who infiltrated a Commons select committee session to throw a shaving-foam pie at Murdoch, also bragged about how easily he dodged at security at Westminster.
“Parliamentary security, with its machine-gun toting cops and scatter X-rays is apparently no match for a man with some shaving-foam covered plates in his bag,” he wrote.


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