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Post  Guest on Sun 3 Aug - 17:08

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Barry George deverá pedir indemnização de 700 mil euros

Após dois julgamentos, dois recursos e oito anos na prisão, o homem acusado de matar a famosa apresentadora da televisão inglesa, Jill Dando, foi ontem declarado inocente no tribunal de Old Bailey, em Londres.

Jill Dando foi assassinada em 1999 com um tiro na cabeça, à entrada da sua casa, em Londres. O homicídio de uma das mais carismáticas apresentadoras da BBC deixou o Reino Unido em estado de choque e lançou a polícia inglesa numa da maiores investigações dos últimos tempos.

Um ano depois, as autoridades prenderam um suspeito: Barry George, um homem com distúrbios mentais que perseguia mulheres e coleccionava fotografias delas a entrar em casa.

Barry sempre negou o envolvimento no crime, mas acabaria por ser acusado da morte da apresentadora da BBC e condenado. Quando na sexta feira o tribunal se pronunciou pela sua inocência, Barry George começou a chorar para a psiquiatra que o acompanhou nos últimos oito anos e acenou à sua irmã.

O advogado de defesa disse à BBC que a pressão mediática do caso retirou objectividade à investigação e pressionou a polícia a encontrar um culpado.

O advogado argumentou perante o júri que o seu cliente não tinha a 'capacidade nem a técnica' para cometer um homicídio, descrito durante as sessões do julgamento como 'meticulosamente planeado' e 'completamente profissional'.

A decisão de sexta feira reabre o mediático caso de polícia : quem matou, afinal, Jill Dando?

Uma das hipóteses mais fortes levantadas durante a investigação era a de que Jill tinha sido assassinada por um sérvio. O assassino queria vingar-se da apresentadora por esta ter patrocinado uma recolha de fundos para os refugiados no Kosovo.

Outra hipótese, que explica o profissionalismo do golpe, era ter sido assassinada por um atirador profissional a soldo de um dos criminosos que denunciou no seu programa Crime Watch.

Responsáveis da polícia inglesa confessaram-se desapontados com a decisão do tribunal e anunciaram que vão 'reflectir sobre os novos passos a tomar'.

George Barry prepara-se para exigir uma indemnização a rondar os 700 mil euros. UK....from Paula with thanks



He was arrested by the death of a television presenter

Barry George should ask for compensation of 700 thousand euros

After two trials, two appeals and eight years in prison, the man accused of killing of the famous English television presenter, Jill Dando, was declared innocent yesterday at the Old Bailey court in London.

Jill Dando was murdered in 1999 with a shot in the head, into their home in London. The murder of one of the most charismatic presenters of the BBC has left the United Kingdom in shock and a British police launched the biggest investigation of the recent past.

A year later, authorities arrested a suspect: Barry George, a man with mental disorders that coleccionava chasing women and photographs of them to come back home.

Barry always denied involvement in the crime, but would eventually be accused of the death of the presenter of the BBC and condemned. When the court on Friday declared itself by its innocence, Barry George began to cry for the psychiatrist that followed the last eight years and acenou to his sister.

The defence lawyer told the BBC that the pressure of the case has drawn media objectivity of research and urged the police to find a culprit.

The lawyer argued before the jury that his client was not 'nor the technical capacity "to commit a murder, described during sessions of the trial as" meticulously planned "and" completely professional. "

The decision on Friday reopened the case of police media: who killed, after all, Jill Dando?

One of the strongest cases raised during the research was that Jill had been murdered by a Serbian. The murderer wanted revenge is the host for this Tuesday sponsored a collection of funds for refugees in Kosovo.

Another hypothesis, which explains the professionalism of the coup, was to have been murdered by a professional shooter to pay one of the criminals who denounced in its programme Crime Watch.

Responsibility British police made confessions to be disappointed with the court's decision and announced it will "reflect on new steps to take."

Barry George is preparing to claim compensation of about 700 thousand euros.


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Post  Guest on Sun 3 Aug - 17:12

Tosca wrote:Barry George deverá pedir indemnização de 700 mil euros

Após dois julgamentos, dois recursos e oito anos na prisão, o homem acusado de matar a famosa apresentadora da televisão inglesa, Jill Dando, foi ontem declarado inocente no tribunal de Old Bailey, em Londres.

Jill Dando foi assassinada em 1999 com um tiro na cabeça, à entrada da sua casa, em Londres. O homicídio de uma das mais carismáticas apresentadoras da BBC deixou o Reino Unido em estado de choque e lançou a polícia inglesa numa da maiores investigações dos últimos tempos.

Um ano depois, as autoridades prenderam um suspeito: Barry George, um homem com distúrbios mentais que perseguia mulheres e coleccionava fotografias delas a entrar em casa.

Barry sempre negou o envolvimento no crime, mas acabaria por ser acusado da morte da apresentadora da BBC e condenado. Quando na sexta feira o tribunal se pronunciou pela sua inocência, Barry George começou a chorar para a psiquiatra que o acompanhou nos últimos oito anos e acenou à sua irmã.

O advogado de defesa disse à BBC que a pressão mediática do caso retirou objectividade à investigação e pressionou a polícia a encontrar um culpado.

O advogado argumentou perante o júri que o seu cliente não tinha a 'capacidade nem a técnica' para cometer um homicídio, descrito durante as sessões do julgamento como 'meticulosamente planeado' e 'completamente profissional'.

A decisão de sexta feira reabre o mediático caso de polícia : quem matou, afinal, Jill Dando?

Uma das hipóteses mais fortes levantadas durante a investigação era a de que Jill tinha sido assassinada por um sérvio. O assassino queria vingar-se da apresentadora por esta ter patrocinado uma recolha de fundos para os refugiados no Kosovo.

Outra hipótese, que explica o profissionalismo do golpe, era ter sido assassinada por um atirador profissional a soldo de um dos criminosos que denunciou no seu programa Crime Watch.

Responsáveis da polícia inglesa confessaram-se desapontados com a decisão do tribunal e anunciaram que vão 'reflectir sobre os novos passos a tomar'.

George Barry prepara-se para exigir uma indemnização a rondar os 700 mil euros. UK....from Paula with thanks



He was arrested by the death of a television presenter

Barry George should ask for compensation of 700 thousand euros

After two trials, two appeals and eight years in prison, the man accused of killing of the famous English television presenter, Jill Dando, was declared innocent yesterday at the Old Bailey court in London.

Jill Dando was murdered in 1999 with a shot in the head, into their home in London. The murder of one of the most charismatic presenters of the BBC has left the United Kingdom in shock and a British police launched the biggest investigation of the recent past.

A year later, authorities arrested a suspect: Barry George, a man with mental disorders that coleccionava chasing women and photographs of them to come back home.

Barry always denied involvement in the crime, but would eventually be accused of the death of the presenter of the BBC and condemned. When the court on Friday declared itself by its innocence, Barry George began to cry for the psychiatrist that followed the last eight years and acenou to his sister.

The defence lawyer told the BBC that the pressure of the case has drawn media objectivity of research and urged the police to find a culprit.

The lawyer argued before the jury that his client was not 'nor the technical capacity "to commit a murder, described during sessions of the trial as" meticulously planned "and" completely professional. "

The decision on Friday reopened the case of police media: who killed, after all, Jill Dando?

One of the strongest cases raised during the research was that Jill had been murdered by a Serbian. The murderer wanted revenge is the host for this Tuesday sponsored a collection of funds for refugees in Kosovo.

Another hypothesis, which explains the professionalism of the coup, was to have been murdered by a professional shooter to pay one of the criminals who denounced in its programme Crime Watch.

Responsibility British police made confessions to be disappointed with the court's decision and announced it will "reflect on new steps to take."

Barry George is preparing to claim compensation of about 700 thousand euros.


I wish this poor man well, it was obvious from the outset that he was innocent, he may have a slightly dubious past but the very fact that this sad individual is mentally challenged meant he could not possibly have murdered Jill Dando.

Another miscarriage of Justice only this time down to our own Police force..

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Post  Guest on Sun 3 Aug - 21:36

After seeing him the last few days on Sky its obvious that man has the mentality of a child and you can see that his sister guides him. Being a stalker doesnt make him a killer.

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Post  Guest on Sun 3 Aug - 21:37

Was he mentally challenged??? I didn't know that!!

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Post  Guest on Sun 3 Aug - 21:41

eddie wrote:Was he mentally challenged??? I didn't know that!!

Yes he is.

Barry George yearned to be Gary Glitter, posed as an SAS soldier, pretended to be a professional stuntman and insisted he was the cousin of Freddie Mercury.

Is that normal?

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Post  Guest on Sun 3 Aug - 21:42

erm...sounds like my 7 year old who wants to be Luke Skywalker, Spiderman and an adult all in the same day!

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Post  Guest on Sun 3 Aug - 21:45

eddie wrote:Was he mentally challenged??? I didn't know that!!

I found this for you as I couldnt remember the woman helping him with his mental problems.

http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/law/article4446426.ece

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Post  Guest on Sun 3 Aug - 21:46

eddie wrote:erm...sounds like my 7 year old who wants to be Luke Skywalker, Spiderman and an adult all in the same day!

That sounds like my husband :risas:

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Post  Guest on Sun 3 Aug - 21:49

thanks for the link x
Very interesting.....lucky he had her to fight his corner....

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Post  Guest on Mon 4 Aug - 5:48

Police Framed Mental xxxxxx
1 August, 2008 by steph

Earlier today, when Barry George was found not guilty of assassinating BBC TV presenter Jill Dando at the Old Bailey, by an unanimous verdict of a jury of eight women and four men, following two days of deliberation at the end of an eight-week retrial, which was ordered after the Court of Appeal quashed his original conviction, he sat emotionless. He wasn’t contemplating the eight years his spent in prison for a murder he didn’t commit - he just didn’t understand the verdict. His psychiatrist, Dr Susan Young, who sat next to Mr George in the dock throughout the trial, had to explain to him that he was free man, then “his eyes filled with tears and he took a very deep breath”. Barry George is a mental xxxxxx, his IQ puts him in the bottom 1%.

Commander Simon Foy, the head of the Met Police’s Homicide Command, reacted to verdict by saying: “We are disappointed by today’s verdict, but especially disappointed for Jill’s family and friends, however we respect the decision of the court”. But this case should never have been brought in the first place, Barry George was an innocent man who was fitted up for a crime that he not only didn’t commit, but as his defence team pointed out in court couldn’t have committed.

In November last year when his conviction for the murder of Jill Dando in 1999 was quashed as widely expected and a retrial was ordered at the request of Prosecutor Orlando Pownall QC, I said the defence will argue that George is a mental xxxxxx, who s**** the bed, pretends to be related to the late Freddie Mercury and lacks the physical dexterity or mental capacity to carry out the murder, whereas the prosecution will argue George is a mental xxxxxx, who s**** the bed, pretends to be related to the late Freddie Mercury but is also an expert assassin.

This prosecution should never have been brought to court because there was no evidence against George. Not one single prosecution witness, who has positively identified him and places him at the scene or in the immediate vicinity at the time of the murder. There was no forensic evidence to place him at the scene, no murder weapon recovered, no apparent motive and no evidence that George even owned a gun at the time of the murder. Yes, George has a conviction for attempted rape but the case against him just wasn’t there. The Old Bill fitted up the “local nutter” because they were under enourmous pressure to solve the crime, and the result was Barry George was locked up for 8 years. If they can do that to Barry George, they can do it to anyone.

The police intially considered Dando’s assassination to have been a revenge attack for Britain’s role in the assassination of Serbian journalists in Belgrade during the Kosovo war. Dando was an obvious target because she did a charity appeal for the Disasters Emergency Committee for people in Kosovo. Whether that theory is correct, the decison to abbandon it didn’t come from the head of the investigation, it came from on high, which means the government were involved in fitting up George.



last sentence in article says:

George: " the decison to abbandon it didn’t come from the head of the investigation, it came from on high, which means the government were involved in fitting up George "

McCann: " the decison to abbandon it didn’t come from the head of the investigation, it came from on high, which means the government were involved in not deepening the investigation in the McCann case "

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