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Kevin Lane’s freedom fighter [comp][thumb][wave]

FORMER world boxing champ Alex Arthur throws his weight behind a bid by
ex-gangster Paul Ferris to free a convicted gun killer who claims he is
innocent.

Arthur and Ferris will hold a demo tomorrow for keen ring fighter Kevin Lane,
who was caged for murdering a car dealer 15 years ago.

Kevin Lane
Lane has launched an appeal amid allegations of cop corruption in his case.

Last night, Alex, 33, of Edinburgh, said: “Paul told me all about Kevin. I was
only too happy to help.”

Lane, 43, was jailed for life in 1996 for shooting dead Robert Magill in
Chorleywood, Hertfordshire.

But a detective in the case was later caged for corruption and Lane’s lawyers
have been handed explosive secret cop files.

Ferris, 47, of Ayrshire, met Lane while jailed in Durham’s Frankland nick. He
claimed: “Kevin ended up in prison not through guilt but police corruption.”
The ‘March for Justice’ kicks off from London’s Trafalgar Square.


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KEVIN LANE IS BACK IN COURT

 

  Published on: 20th October 2017   |   By: The Newsdesk   |   Category:

 
 

updates for Kev [comp]A man who has served nearly two decades in prison for a murder he insists he didn’t commit was convicted after an investigation involving a “spectacularly corrupt” detective, the Court of Appeal heard today.   Lawyers representing 46-year-old Kevin Lane in his appeal bid told three senior judges they had uncovered documents which suggest the Hertfordshire policeman was not only a fraudster, but also a thief and a drugs producer. The court heard Lane is close to release from the life sentence he was given for the murder of Rickmansworth car dealer, Robert Magill, who died in an execution-style killing as he walked his dog in 1994.   Lane, who always protested his innocence, has fought long and hard to clear his name – and could now see his case finally heard by judges at the Court of Appeal before the end of this year.   In a preliminary hearing today (Thursday, February 13), his barrister, Joel Bennathan QC, who has been working on the case for about 10 years, told the court of documents which have come to light concerning an investigating officer, DI Chris Spackman.   The papers suggest that DI Spackman was not only guilty of plotting to steal £160,000 from Hertfordshire Police, for which he was convicted in 2003, but other serious corruption, the QC told appeal judges.   “We have much more than this here,” he said.   “He can be shown to have stolen some watches that were exhibits in a case and to have started a cannabis farm.   “This is a case, unarguably, with at least a corrupt officer who, unarguably, played a part in the trial.   “This is a man who has spent 16 years, or thereabouts, in prison with an officer in his case later found out to be a fraudster and drug producer.”   Mr Bennathan, who said that Lane’s case could finally go before the full Appeal Court in July or in the autumn, added that questions needed to be asked of Hertfordshire Police about the documents.   But, he continued, Lane, from Bedford, would rather that the force has nothing at all to do with his appeal case and has suggested that another force investigate the matter.   Referring to the former DI Spackman as “spectacularly corrupt”, Lady Justice Rafferty said Lane’s legal team’s questions about the case should go to the Chief Constable of Hertfordshire himself.   No date was set for the next Appeal Court hearing.    


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