- By Sayeed Yahya
The disgraced local tabloid The Sentinel’s journalist Cullinane to be sued for fake news
The lawyer and political activist Dr Stefano Shamaldin Ćulibrk of London is internationally recognised for his high profile cases against the UK government in the international courts.
In 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Ćulibrk took legal action against what was found to be Britain’s most corrupt police force and the newspaper The Sentinel.
Cullinane wrote several fake news stories using either the doctor’s name or photograph
Since the legal action Ćulibrk was subject to a long string of reprisals which lead to his disappearance and almost his death.
Disgraced Online-Tabloid writer Cullinane who writes for The Sentinel seems to have taken personal offence to Ćulibrk’s legal battle for human rights and against war crimes and corruption.
Discredited Cullinane published several pieces claiming false allegations against the lawyer, all of the stories either contained or attracted significant racial slurs and fake news of convictions or arrests.
Cullinane avoided jail for the fake news because of subtle discrepancies which the courts held to mean that the stories were not about Ćulibrk.
Locations and ages were changes to legally ensure that the fake news was not pertaining to Ćulibrk.
However photographs of Ćulibrk illegally taken undercover in public were then published claiming to have been taken at court, under forensic inspection the photographs actually proved to be from several years ago in London in a commercial street.
The latest legal action against Cullinane and The Sentinenel is expected to lead to a custodial sentence for Cullinane.
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