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The court heard how the former president of Glasgow University, Paul Kenny, was “truly sickened” by Eastman’s conviction and was “shocked” that the judge hadn’t overt솔레어 카지노urned it.
Kenny said he had to “work through” the anger of his wife Nicola and their son James to support her decision to fight the case in the Supreme Court.
The ex-defence minister said: “I am absolutely outraged to find that the Justice Secretary will only quash a conviction based on the result of a judicial inquiry into the murder trial of my father, Paul Kenny.”
In February, the judge who oversaw Eastman’s trial ruled that the case should be re-examined because jurors had been “not properly instructed” as to the significance of her findings.
Kenny said they could not be trusted with such critical evidence, a judgment which also came after a further review of the case was carried out by lawyers acting for Kenny, the family and his ex-wife, which showed “grave damage” to the credibility of all three.
On Monday, Lord Justice King of this Court declared that Kenny’s decision was wrong and he would seek to correct it by ruling in favour of his ex-wife in a challenge to the conviction of another man, Joseph Kintes.
Both men were sentenced to life in jail for the murders.
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The barrister for Linda said the judge had not explained why he had ruled against them because they had been “deeply misled” by Kenny about the significance of her findings about Eastman’s guilt.
She added: “She has been clearly left with no idea what is in the records that might prove importan타이 마사지t to justice and she is deeply disappointed that her request to have that further examination made was refused.”
Kenny said the former secretary of state had been made a “terrible mistake” and asked the judges to order him to provide “clear instructions to future public officials so that they do not repeat mistakes of this nature again.”
Eastman had also appealed the verdict to the high court.
He added: “I’m absolutely pleased that Justice for my father has now been upheld by an independent inquiry and I’m very pleased the judge has also refused his application to quash the conviction as well because it is really hard to believ