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Thursday, 25 March 2010

Curtis Warren was "fitted up" for a £1m cannabis importation conspiracy.???

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Solicitor General Howard Sharp told Jersey's Court of Appeal he strongly disputed suggestions from the 43-year-old's barrister that authorities on the Channel Island had attempted to "nail him" for the failed 180kgs drugs plot.On Tuesday Advocate Stephen Baker had argued that Jersey Police had a hostile mind towards the Toxteth-born Warren and were determind to get him at all costs.Yesterday Mr Sharp rejected criticisms from Mr Baker about how certain evidence had been obtained.
Principally that related to Jersey police officers lying to install an illegal bugging device in a car. driven by St Helier-based John Welsh, a longstanding Liverpool friend of Warren and one of the six men convicted last year.Mr Sharp, representing the Crown, told Justices: "There is no possibility Mr Warren having been fitted up in respect of these matters."The rest of the gang, who are all appealing their convictions and sentences, are James O’Brien, 45, of Tunnel Street, St Helier , and local men Jason Woodward, 22, Paul Hunt, 27, and Oliver Lucas, 23.
Mr Sharp continued: There is no suggestion that any of the evidence was fabricated, that a police officer lied about when or where he saw Warren, that somehow conversations had been doctored....."The reality was here are facts plainly beyond dispute and for the jury it was why they happened and what interpretation should be put on various recorded conversations."With one exception the illegally-placed bugging device all the evidence was lawfully obtained. It is very difficult to see how allegations of a 'fit-up' were relevant to the issues in this case.
"The case was crying out for explanation as to Warren's behaviour and the things he did and said."The trial heard how Warren was watched by law enforcement agencies as soon as he left prison after finishing a 10-year stretch for his last large-scale drugs plot.The prosecution outlined to the jury how the Liverpool man had quickly travelled to Jersey after his release, and used his underworld contacts in Holland to set up a drugs deal for his friend Welsh who had lived for two decades on he island.

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