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GQ's Backwards Press Pass For Covering the John Galliano Trial

Tweet: "My dyslexic press pass."
Tweet: "My dyslexic press pass."

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GQ is in the courtroom, livetweeting the John Galliano proceedings. Naturally, and hilariously, he's covering atmosphere—the French country house screensaver on the courtroom computers, who's opening and closing the windows, the travel brochures being read by other members of the press. Ooh, the judges just entered and are reading the charges.
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· All John Galliano coverage [Racked]