Thursday, March 11, 2010

Steven Purcell's PR boss complains about the press

Jack 'Max Clifford' Irvine

The 'big boss' of the media management company hired by Steven Purcell, (who is picking up the bill?), Jack Irvine has made a complaint against the Sunday Herald over their criticism of his involvement with the Steven Purcell scandal.

Is this another warning shot across the bows of the media?

It seems to me that Purcell's pals are desperate to keep a lid on what actually happened, who was involved etc etc.

Why Purcell thought he needed a company like Media House is beyond me. It just adds fuel to the 'something to hide' fire.

Note to Steven and pals. This isn't going to go away.


Oldrightie said...

The continued shades of Dunblane.

Quinie frae Angus said...

Too right, Oldrightie. The next thing we know, the Lord Advocate will be sticking her oar in! Or rather, get Levy and Macrae to do it for her...., gagging every MSM outlet they can nobble.

It will be very interesting to see whether the Sunday Herald do anything on this story this coming weekend, or whether they too will shut up shop on the whole affair.

What they should be doing, of course, is getting investigative reporters to get stuck into this rotten stinking Council to see what concrete evidence they can dig up of the dodgy contracts and broon envelopes that have been changing hands.

But I won't hold my breath.

I wonder if Private Eye is across this yet?!

RantinRab said...

I'm sure that many people are trying to bury the story, for many reasons.

It's up to us to make sure it isn't forgotten about.