Lockerbie Judges deny pressure

Following a suggestion by Prof. Dirk J. Vandewalle that they had been leaned on to deliver a conviction, three of Scotland’s most senior judges: Lords Sutherland, Coulsfield and MacClean have taken the unusual step of writing a letter to the New York Times in which they deny that they were ever “under any pressure to return any particular verdict” in the Lockerbie Trial.

Isn’t it still a criminal offence to murmur a judge?

Posted on Absolvitor: Scots Law Online.

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