“Two accomplices who helped shotgun killer Raoul Moat during his murderous rampage last summer have been jailed for life.”
The Guardian, 15th March 2011
from the Inner Temple Library
“Where a murder was committed by a number of defendants acting together recent authority did not establish that the secondary party’s foresight of the principal’s intention was never relevant.”
WLR Daily, 19th July 2010
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House of Lords
“The House of Lords dismissed appeals by Islamur Rahman, Kamer Akram, Anjum Nisa Amin and Liaquat Ali from the dismissal by the Court of Appeal, Criminal Division (Lord Justice Hooper, Mr Justice Gibbs and Mr Justice Roderick Evans) ( The Times March 2, 2007;  1 WLR 219) of their appeals against conviction in Leeds Crown Court (Mr Justice Wakerley and a jury) of murder.”
The Times, 7th July 2008
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“An accessory was liable in respect of an unlawful killing on the basis of his foresight of what the principal might do, not of the intention with which the principal’s act might be performed.”
WLR Daily, 2nd July 2008
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