That's a quote, not a threat LOL. But those who impugn the integrity of my barrister should be equally quick to apologise in a very flowery manner.
When my barrister is at work, " on the clock", then of course her duty is to argue my case to her best ability, and she does. However, when she makes personal statements on Facebook giving her view of me, it is not at my request and not in her professional capacity.
Being called a "professional liar" probably comes with the territory for a barrister... but being slighted as a lair in personal life is another matter. Stop it.
PS: And surely libelling a barrister is a very risky enterprise??? Just a thought...