Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Judge with no jury convicts Heathrow robbery
Four men who became the first to be tried without a jury in a major criminal trial for 400 years were today convicted of a £1.75 million heist at Heathrow airport.

2 comments:

opsimath 31 March 2010 at 18:47  

This is but the thin end of a VERY THICK WEDGE. In no time at all, jury trials will be a distant memory and the word of someone like Sgt Smellie will have you banged up for life.

ukwebspiderdotcom 31 March 2010 at 19:19  

couldn't agree more but what do we do about it?

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