Police response to Lundy Privy Council judgement
Police response to Lundy Privy Council
Monday, 7 October 2013 -
Police will consider the detail of
the Privy Council judgement regarding Mark Lundy.
will discuss the Privy Council's judgement with Crown Law
and the Crown Solicitor to determine the next steps" said
Assistant Commissioner Grant Nicholls.
"This is likely
to include evaluation of what evidence needs to be prepared
and the availability of witnesses."
Mr Nicholls said
that given the matter is still subject to judicial process,
it would be inappropriate for police to comment further
about specifics of the case or the evidence
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