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Old 27-01-2013, 03:35 AM   #1
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Fulham FC fan Barry George, who was framed by the metropolitan police and spent 8 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit is refused compensation...

Barry George was locked up
Because the judge and jury cocked up
He was obsessed with Princess Di
So Jill Dando's similiar haircut caught his eye
They couldn't find the bloke who made Dando dead
So they went round and fingered poor Barry instead
'Cause he had footage of her on VHS tape
And a previous conviction for attempted rape

Courtesy of Kunt & The Gang

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Old 27-01-2013, 03:38 AM   #2
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Danny Shaw

Home affairs correspondent, BBC News

Innocent until proven guilty, right? Not when it comes to compensation claims for people whose convictions have been quashed - the government sets a very high bar.

In essence, the wrongfully convicted have to show there's no existing evidence on which they could be found guilty - or that they are "clearly innocent". Unless all the key evidence in the case has been demolished at their appeal they're unlikely to succeed.

Those who have had a retrial, after their conviction was overturned, will also probably lose out. The grounds were widened a little by the Supreme Court in May 2011, which gave renewed hope to Barry George that his damages claim might succeed.

But the High Court's decision has closed the door - unless the Supreme Court justices can be persuaded to reconsider the issues.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-21195269
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Old 27-01-2013, 04:10 AM   #3
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Seemingly the family believe he was the killer.
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Old 27-01-2013, 08:46 AM   #4
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Seemingly the family believe he was the killer.
I was 100% convinced at the original trial that he was fitted up. It was so obvious. The police had no chance of catching the Serbian hit man/paymaster who did it, but because Jill Dando was so high profile it was deemed unacceptable for this murder to go 'unsolved'.

The police spent most of the next year+ after Dando's murder looking for a suitable candidate who would fit the profile of someone who may have carried out this killing. Barry George fit this criteria perfectly and the rest is history.
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Old 27-01-2013, 11:38 AM   #5
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I was 100% convinced at the original trial that he was fitted up. It was so obvious. The police had no chance of catching the Serbian hit man/paymaster who did it, but because Jill Dando was so high profile it was deemed unacceptable for this murder to go 'unsolved'.

The police spent most of the next year+ after Dando's murder looking for a suitable candidate who would fit the profile of someone who may have carried out this killing. Barry George fit this criteria perfectly and the rest is history.
Spot on. And what better than ace-skateboarder, pest and hoarder Barry Bulsara (as was).
And what the hell is "not innocent enough" as he was declined compensation?
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Old 27-01-2013, 01:22 PM   #6
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I really wish i could find that video of Barry George, under the alias Steve Majors, attempting a ludicrous ramp/jump stunt using rollerskates over four London busses.
If anyone has it please post it.


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Old 16-02-2015, 06:42 PM   #7
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George in cash fight
Daily Star Sunday 15-02-15, p13

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Old 16-02-2015, 06:56 PM   #8
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Danny Shaw

Home affairs correspondent, BBC News

Innocent until proven guilty, right? Not when it comes to compensation claims for people whose convictions have been quashed - the government sets a very high bar.

In essence, the wrongfully convicted have to show there's no existing evidence on which they could be found guilty - or that they are "clearly innocent". Unless all the key evidence in the case has been demolished at their appeal they're unlikely to succeed.

Those who have had a retrial, after their conviction was overturned, will also probably lose out. The grounds were widened a little by the Supreme Court in May 2011, which gave renewed hope to Barry George that his damages claim might succeed.

But the High Court's decision has closed the door - unless the Supreme Court justices can be persuaded to reconsider the issues.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-21195269
Yes, that's true! They say you may be innocent.......but not innocent enough!!
However, he should be grateful to still be alive, because if you fuck with the legal system......you could end up dead!!
FOR AWAKE PEOPLE ONLY: We all know that, "consciousness/entities," can do unimaginable things! They can also trigger cancer......as they did with Susan May, who did twelve years for a murder she didn't commit! After appealing for a further seven years.....they bumped her off!! They keep Jeremy Bamber behind bars, knowing that his sister did the murders.....because it would cost them too much in compensation to release him!
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