Final witness appears in james hardie inquiry
The High Court heard how on one occasion during the inquiry he was told by prosecutors that there was’more smoke’ and that he would have to be shown ‘a video’ of the event in which Mr Follroy’s friend was killed by Mr Williams.
The judge said it appeared Williams could not answer any of the questions because he was incapacitated from drugs, alcohol and his actions were being investigated by the independent counsel.
At one point he told jurors: ‘I am having a problem with that. Is my mother alive? She is not breathing?’
Mr Justice McCafferty asked: ‘Were you aware of the fact that there were three witnesses, each of whom testified they were at the scene of the crime?
‘I would urge you to remember: you are given only one day to be given all the relevant evidence.’
It is the first time a jury has heard that testimony of witnesse우리카지노s to an unsolved murder.
Mr Justice McCafferty said that the jury had shown ‘determined and resolute’ devotion to their work, adding: ‘Your determinatio더킹카지노n to continue to do your job as jurors of the peace of East Croydon is absolutely commendable and a tribute to your outstanding professional credentials.’
The defence argued Mr Williams had been acting in self-defence when he attacked Mr Follroy with a hammer on the afternoon before Christmas.
A jury found in favour of Williams, 23, and Mr Williams’s mother.
The jury had heard how Mr Follroy was beaten wi우리카지노th a hammer by three men as he slept in his flat at his parents’ home in Clerkenwell in East Croydon.
Police have revealed Mr Williams’s father, father-of-one Martin, died in 2007 after he suffered cardiac arrest and died before his young son and his friends saw his body for the first time in years.
It is thought his murder occurred in a ‘cold blooded’ attack after he was stopped by another man in the street.