Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Judges final summation to the jury in the Nicky Jacobs - PC Blakelock murder case (Old Bailey)

I was pleasantly surprised at how calm, collected and fair the judge was in his summation; justice being a rare thing in a British court of law. 

He explained the evidence as it was, without favour to either side; fortunately the facts are on the side of the defence. He pointed out the discrepancies within the three paid prosecution witnesses' given evidence and how they did not corollate with the actual facts and locations of this case.

In a logical world the defendant should be found not guilty, but in a logical world this case would have never gone to trial...!

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