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Aiden Earley of the fraud Worthington – can’t even serve an injunction on Tom Winnifrith properly

Tom Winnifrith Friday 6 March 2015

 

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You would have thought that with all his court experience (you know the jail term for accounting fraud, being disqualified as a director, etc), Worthington (WRN) shadow director Aiden Earley would be able to serve an injunction properly. Oh no…

Worthington boasted on its website that an injunction had been served on me and indeed it was as you can see here. But Earley’s clown of a lawyer appears to have screwed up and it appears that I may not have actually been served after all. An extract from a letter from my lawyers to Earley (and to Worthington) follows.

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