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The attack which the prosecution described attack which the prosecution described as unprovoked and senseless happened outside this wine bar in Blackheath last August. Oliver Dearlove was knocked unconscious with one punch Oliver Dearlove was knocked unconscious with one punch to his head and died unconscious with one punch to his head and died 24 hours later unconscious with one punch to his head and died 24 hours later in hospital. Trevor, told the jury head and died 24 hours later in hospital. Trevor, told the jury he had lashed out after one hospital. Trevor, told the jury he had lashed out after one of Mr Dearlove's friends made a racist comment.
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Arriving at the Old Bailey, they left, along with the victim's girlfriend, without commenting. As the jury found the defendant, Trevor, not guilty the jury found the defendant, Trevor, not guilty of murder, the family were visibly disappointed. The jobless plasterer had admitted manslaughter, but denied murder.
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For the Metropolitan police because she has the big power now. My heart goes out to the family. His death was the consequence of a tragic incident. There has been a trial, a jury found Cressida Dick did nothing wrong. The crucial thing is we have the best candidate leading the London police force forward.
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After seven weeks of evidence about the death of the children's author Helen Bailey, it took the jury just a day to decide her fiance Ian Stewart was guilty of murder. They met as widow and widower. In life, she called him her happy ending. But Stewart brought that life to an end, drugging her over time with his sleeping pills, then dumping her, perhaps still alive, in a cesspit.
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A Texas inmate condemned to death in part due to his race will get a new sentencing hearing, the Supreme Court has ruled. Expert testimony that said the man was likely to commit future violence because he was black unfairly tainted the jury. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Surprise new costs for the troubled Airbus A400M military jet sent the European plane maker's profits plunging last year and will weigh on the company's financial prospects in 2017, even as it forecast a rise in aircraft deliveries and demand. Airbus boss Tom Enders acknowledged that "the jury is still out on the long-term success" of the A400M, but insisted "it's absolutely necessary" to maintain it as long as European militaries depend on it. Airbus profits fell 63% in 2016 to 995 million euro839 million), from 2.7 billion euro the year before. The company reported 2.2 billion euro1.9bn) in charges on the A400M in 2016, including a new 1.2 billion-euro1bn) hit in the fourth quarter as it reassessed the overall cost of the programme.
Nottingham Evening Post
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A man accused of being in a conspiracy to carry out robberies on lone men in the street claimed he had been at home with his girlfriend at the time, a jury heard.Kyle Tams was allegedly involved in the violent crimes after data from his mobile phone was consistent with the handset being in the area on August 21, 2015.Tams has denied the charge, maintaining he was not the fourth man in a Ford Focus being driven around the area targeting individual strangers as they walked home from separate...
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A jury later found she bore no personal responsibility. I'm completely confident and delighted that we have a candidate who is going to take this on, who is going to be excellent in the role. She has shown the right leadership potential, not the way -- she has the right experience.
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Oliver Dearlove was knocked unconscious with one punch to his head. Dearlove was knocked unconscious with one punch to his head. He died 24 hours later in hospital. Tiemon told the jury he lashed out after one told the jury he lashed out after one of his friends made a racist comment. Giving evidence, one of his friends made a racist comment. Giving evidence, he admitted telling the victim: Tonight, Dearlove's family said the brutal Tonight, Dearlove's family said the brutal and unnecessary killing had left a gaping hole brutal and unnecessary killing had left a gaping hole in their lives and they are now faced with what feels like and they are now faced with what feels like a life sentence without him.
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-- Manslaughter. but a jury decided he wasn't guilty Our Senior Correspondent Ronke Phillips has more details. It was the verdict the family did not want It was the verdict the family did not want to hear.
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She now has a big job and we will have to wait and see how she handles it. Tony and Baroness, thank you for coming in today. Baroness, thank you for coming in A man who punched a banker to the ground in an unprovoked attack has been cleared of murder. Trevor Tiemon hit Oliver Dearlove in Blackheath last August. Mr Dearlove died from his injuries. Tiemon admitted mansalughter - but a jury decided he wasn't guilty of murder.
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She was involved in the operation that killed and innocent man. That is a terrible mistake for any force to make. She was cleared by a jury for any blame over his death. Does that make any difference when you have the family saying they will not make any difference when you have the family saying they will not be public confidence in her? People never really felt anyone was held to blame properly for the death of somebody who was totally innocent of anything.