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M25 CASE INFORMATION 3

UNRELIABLE AND DISCREDITED PROSECUTION ALLEGATIONS.

The convictions of the so called "M25 three" lean on a number of allegations made by "unreliable and discredited" prosecution witnesses..

1. The prosecution witnesses Mark Jobbins and Norman Duncan claimed that Rowe, Davis and johnson came to their room in 25 Lawrie Park Road on the 15th Decemeber 1988 and asked them for use of the Triumph Spitfire..

This allegation cannot be relied on for the following reasons:.

Jobbins claimed this did not happen at 11 p.m. However this was impossible as Rowe and Davis were not at 25 Lawrie Park Road at 11 p.m. In fact they were eight miles away in the Polley household in Penge, south London, with Mrs Jennifer Pooley, her duaghters Miss Sharon Pooley and Miss Tracy Pooley and son, Tony Pooley, Justin Frost, Miss Kate Williamson and Miss Siobham Cavannagh..

Duncan's evidence, on time and detail, was inconsistent with Jobbins' evidence. He said the request to use the Spitfire was made sometime in the afternoon of 15th December, not at 11 p.m as claimed by Jobbins..

2. The prosecution witness Shane Griffin claimed that Rowe, Davis and Johnson came to the same room, where he was with jobbins and Duncan, at 11 p.m, and made a request for how to start the Spitfire..

This allegation cannot be relied on for the following reasons:.

The fact that Rowe and Davis were at the Pooley household at 11 p.m with the above seven alibi witnesses proved Griffin was lying to falsely implicate Rowe and Davis..

Moreover, Jobbins and Duncan's claimed Rowe and Davis were not present when the alleged request for how to start the Spitfire was made. This clearly contradicted Griffinb's evidence that they were present..

3. Griffin also claimed that he saw Rowe, Davis and Johnson standing on the stairs in 25 Lawrie Park Road at midnight on the 15th December when he was on his way out to a shop. He added that he saw the Spitfire parked outside on his way to the shop. He also claimed that when he returned from the shop just after midnight he noticed that the Spitfire was gone from where it was parked outside 25 Lawrie Park Road. The suggestion being that Rowe, Davis and Johnson had left in the Spitfire..

This allegation cannot be relied upon for the following reasons:.

Jobbins claimed that when he returned to his flat room from his girlfriends flat at 11 p.m on the 15th December FGriffin was in the room with Duncan. Therefore, Girffin could not have been on his way out to see anyone standing on the stairs as he claimed..

Moreovre, the Appeal Court's accepttance that Griffin saw Rowe, Davis and Johnson standing on the stairs at 11 p.m was inconsistent with the trial judges summary of Griffin's timing to the jury. The trial judge said, "he [Griffin] went out to get some milk from an all night shop called 7-11. You will remember he told you as he walked out onto the landing which was dark he saw Rowe, Davis and in his own words "probably Ronnie". He said that as he left 25 Lawrie Park Road he saw that the Spitfire was still parked outside and he was able to time his arrival at the shop by the clock on the wall there which he siad read 12.15 a.m".

It is outrageous that the Appeal Court moved the time of Griffin's evidence back one hour and fifteen minutes. But this is of little significance because the fact remains that Rowe and Davis were at the Pooley household at both the times it was suggested they were standing on stairs at 25 Lawrie Park Road.

The sightings of the Spitfire by independent witnesses established Griffin lied about the time at which it departed from outside 25 Lawrie Road.. (See "The Spitfire" information...

4. The prosecution also relied on a number of fabricated allegations from Miss Kaet Williamson to imploicate Rowe in the offences. She claimed that Rowe left her and his flat between 1.30 and 2.30 a.m, after they had returned from the Pooley house..

Rowe has consistently maintained he did not leave his flat or Miss Williamson when they returned form the Pooley house.

Because the evidence from Miss Williamson, Miss Tracy Pooley, Miss Martinez, Miss Cavannagh, Mrs Jennifer Pooley, Miss Sharon Pooley, Tony Pooley and Mr Justince Frost, the witnesses who sighted the Spitfire near to the scene of the murder, established beyond doubt that neither Rowe of Davis were the occupants of the Spitfire, it did not make sense why Miss Williamson lied about Rowe leaving her, thus implicating him in the offences..

In a letter sent to Rowe by Williamson whilst he was on remand in Brixton prison she admitted she lied through jealousy and that she sought revenge because Rowe had been "two-timing her with her friend Miss Nancy Stanley"..

That may not be the only reason Williamson fabricated evidence against Rowe. Of crucial significance in relation to the prosecution witnesses motivation when making their allegations against Rowe, Davis and Johnson is the question which remains unanswered: Did they recevie some if not all of the 25,000 reward offered to those who could help the police convict the persons responsible for the "M25 Crimes"..


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