Monday, 19 April 2010

CPS admit defeat in prosecution of clearly innocent man

Aw, poor old Crown Prosecution Service, they've had to abandon their fictitious murder charge against hero Amari Roberts, who defended himself against two burglars, one of whom ended up dead.

Never mind, I'm sure the year they took dragging it out will have made an innocent man suffer somewhat. The only 'evidence' these legal chumps had was what the other burglar (a serial criminal, despite his tender years) said, whose account they readily believed over the word of Roberts.

The politicians keep telling us that we have a right to defend ourselves and our property - not that we should need to be told something so axiomatic to English liberty - but could somebody tell the CPS, cos this is getting tedious.

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