The defendant's appeal against his murder conviction was dismissed because his fresh evidence, that the deceased had a propensity to carry a knife, was not direct evidence as to the incident in question, in which it was plain that the deceased had not carried a knife.

CA (Crim Div) (Potter LJ, Holman J, Sir Harry Ognall)

01/12/2000

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