Manchester United Lodge Complaint Against “The Sun” Newspaper, Alleging They Knew In Advance About The Attack On Their Vice-Chairman
Hooded figures targeted the home of Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward. Manchester United there after officially lodged a complaint against The Sun alleging that the newspaper knew in advance about an attack on the home of the club executive.
The club condemned the “unwarranted attack,” which saw red flares thrown over the gates of the property, and have now complained to the Independent Press Standard Organisation (IPSO) over The Sun’s coverage of the incident.
Manchester United released a statement stating that The Sun “had received advance notice of the intended attack, which included criminal damage and intent to intimidate.” The club stated that a journalist from The Sun was present at the time of the attack and that the quality of the photos show that a photographer was also present.
They further added that the journalist who was at the scene had failed to “discharge the basic duty of a responsible member of society to report an impending crime and avert potential danger and criminal damage.”
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