Riley v Gable & Searchlight

On February 23, 2000, Derbyshire accountant, former serviceman and author Morris Riley won an historic judgment against arch-hatemonger and liar Gerry Gable and his odious Searchlight magazine in a libel action heard at the High Court in London. This pamphlet, based on contemporaneous documents and written by one who was there, is the first full length, in-depth account of the players and the action. Morris Riley died of a heart attack on June 17, 2001; a year after his death, this publication is a tribute to the man who took on one of the most insidious lie machines in contemporary Britain, and won.

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