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Manslaughter charges dropped over firework display near M5 pileup

posted on 17 January 2013 | posted in General  | ( 0 ) Comments



The Guardian

Manslaughter charges dropped over firework display near M5 pileup
The Guardian
But when he appeared at Bristol crown court on Tuesday he was told that the charges were being dropped and instead he would face one charge under the Health and Safety at Work Act, of failing to ensure the safety of others. Counsell's barrister, Adrian ...
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