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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by domalino, 28 Sep 2018.
Yeah but you can't pay money to make sure that there's no way the criminal case will ever go ahead. The witness can always change their mind later on. And to be honest, rightfully so. The idea of rapists using money to stay out of prison isn't one I'm a fan of.
Especially as his name is Ched.
One of Ronaldo's major sponsors, Nike, said it is "deeply concerned by the disturbing allegations".
Must be a slow news day at sky as this was reported 6 days ago:
Did you read it? that is just one line of it
Yes. The part you quoted has already been reported was my point and there wasn't a great deal of new updates aside from a minor press release, my point was sky haven't really told us anything new at all
Well it was news to me as i've not seen your link before
Am I being ridiculous in thinking this is very poor reporting from the BBC?
Ronaldo's lawyers have claimed the documents are fake, and this is how the BBC decided to report it on their home page -
Is it just me that thinks that's potentially very misleading as a headline?
What's wrong with "Ronaldo Lawyers claim documents fake" or anything else that couldn't be mistaken for a factual statement that the documents are actually fabricated?
The whole thing has been reported in a way that makes it look pretty clear that his agent and lawyers have been very busy