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Scoop Link: UK Shooting Mirrors Wallace Case

Readers who are following the Steven Wallace shooting may be interested in this similar incident in the UK...

James Ashley was killed in his Hastings flat in January 1998. The official version was that he was armed and dangerous; he was alleged to be a major drugs dealer, who was ready to kill. What was found in the flat? A small amount of cannabis ­ and no weapons. Ashley was officially said to be wanted for attempted murder; in reality, he had intervened in a pub brawl to save a man's life. full story

http://argument.independent.co.uk/leading_articles/story.jsp?story=74004

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