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Christopher Jefferies welcomes Leveson Inquiry report

A man who won libel damages after his wrongful arrest in relation to the murder of a woman in Bristol, has welcomed the Leveson Inquiry report.

Christopher Jefferies, who let a flat in Bristol to Joanna Yeates and her boyfriend, was arrested after she was found dead in December 2010.

Dutch national Vincent Tabak was later convicted of Miss Yeates's murder.

Mr Jefferies, who won damages from eight newspapers, said he did not want anyone else to suffer as he did.

  • 30 Nov 2012
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