Flakenstein donkey deep in class action against Coke and Frucor Execs

Yesterday I ran a post about a bunch of Australian lawyers seeking to run a class action against the likes of Coke and Frucor, highlighting Tony Falkenstein’s involvement.


This newspaper ad paints an all-together different picture of Falkenstein’s involvement. It ran in the Herald on Monday 20 January and Tuesday 21 January 2014.

Water boy Falkenstein claimed in the NBR that he was just a two-bit player in all of this and that all he did was place an ad in the newspaper for some lawyers he’s never heard of.  The ad proves that Tony Falkenstein’s comments are nothing but utter horse shit. He’s in this donkey deep.

If he really had nothing to do with this, then why would he say “we are seeking…” and, if he really, really, had nothing to do with them, then why would he say “Our Australian lawyers…”

With Falkenstein setting up the company SugarKills Ltd and a matching website with its own email account [email protected] are people really expected to believe that he’s doing this out of the kindness of his heart?

To be continued…

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