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Law-lord ruling to free Sean Kirtley? NETCU on the run

Armchair Lawyer | 24.06.2008 12:41 | Stop Sequani Animal Testing | Animal Liberation | Repression

Law Lords have ruled that it is illegal to have anonymous witnesses. A key component of the Sequani trial was the use of annoymous witnesses.

The law lords have ruled that it is illegal to have anonymous witnesses in a trial. Sean Kirtley was ent down due to the evidence of the gutless animal abusers who hid behind a screen. This made it almost impossible for the Defence. to argue gainst. the new ruling will mean that Sean's case could be appealed.

This is another blow to the bumbling NETCU. Over the last 3 years they have failed in their mission to defend the animal abusers. Liberations continue every week. NETCU have become a joke amongst other police units for their consistant bad, and sometimes illegal, advice.

Armchair Lawyer


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  1. not for long — blib
  2. Really? — Bill