His answers form part Liz Mackean's timeline wherein both he and MacKean confirmed that they had given evidence at the libel trial
Click, had Jones only found out Ward's actual age in court, or had he known it all along ? Remember, he quite clearly states, 'from memory' BUT, I'm not convinced by his sudden recollection especially when you see how specific he is about the 'broadcast date' which, as far as I know is wrong by the way !
Things take an even moor sinister tone when one considers a tweet he made on 23rd March, the second day of the hearing
But 'starr and glitter' weren't 'on an episode' were they ? Re-reading Liz' timeline again, something else jumped out at me as Jones reveals his source in terms of information about the show itself, according to him that is
We'll know more when the Judge's decision and/or the full details of who said what on the stand at the High Court. Until then, I'm just examining Jones' statements on social media and coming to the conclusion that they just don't stack up ! Or maybe they do !
We know that the episode featuring GG was broadcast on 16th March 1974 but we cannot be sure WHEN it was recorded. We KNOW that the then girls attended at least two of these shows. And we KNOW that expense payments were made to three girls PRIOR to 18th April 1974. Thanks to a FOI request that is
Sorry it's not very clear but that does say programme and that does say £10 each total amount £30 ! But, didn't Jenni Hooker say that there were at least 5 girls who used to go to the show ?
Was this £30 claimed as expenses for just three girls because they actually appeared on the show ? That is, they sat on the bean bags ? And if so, during which episode ? Much has been made of these payments by the press and other so-called writer's who haven't bothered to check the facts either
I did find the following comment quite amusing as it happens
Little did the Daily Express know how much of a favour they did us 'Savile deniers' when they made that Freedom of Information request. Because, like that that spawned the transcripts of Jimmy's Police interview in 2009, these files contains so mant FACTS that no-one in the msm, appears to want to know. Facts such as this ! The date the last ever episode of Clunk Click was broadcast, Jimmy was in Scotland doing what he did best, raising money for good causes. He even donated his £15 fee for taking part in this sponsored walk.
Now, "Clunk the car door and CLICK the seat belt " because our journey in pursuit of the truth is not over, not by a long chalk, as it happens !