Thursday, February 19, 2009

British court banned the writing on the 13-year-old father.

High Court of Great Britain banned the media to publish new material on the Brits, who became a father for 13 years, writes The Independent. According to the judge, the young Alpha Patten, as well as a young mother and her child should be allowed to return to normal life.
News that the young Briton was the father, was published last Friday in the newspaper The Sun. Reported that the mother of the child became a friend of Patten, 15-year-old Shantelli Stidmann. Young parents said their daughter Meysi would be a good family.
A little later, two more teenagers have admitted that they had sexual relations with Shantelli. Next week should be held examination of DNA, which will show who really is the father of the child. However, the media banned from publishing the results of the analysis.
According to a court order, Article 8 (right to respect for private and family life) of the European Convention for the protection of human rights takes precedence over Article 10 (freedom of expression). Max Clifford, who is a representative of Alpha Patten, said that it delayed the decision because now the names of all these people have been known to the general public.

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