Ben Fellows trial report Monday, Day 6.

New week. Day 6. Well KC took the stand today, of course denying knowing Ian Greer. Waffling on – something about Martians and referring to Ben as his stalker! I thought his testimony was weak, just denying all knowledge, even to the point of not being able to prove where he was that afternoon, so there is nothing to prove he was not there other than his word.

After that Ben took the stand and stood up to the cross examination very well. Let’s hope the jury are good people who can keep the big and intricate picture in mind when they decide if Ben is telling the truth.  Fortunately Ian Greer’s testimony confirms he met Ben so it obvious some people were mistaken in that court room.

Lovely to see Brenda there today supporting Ben. Bless you dear lady xx


4 Responses to “Ben Fellows trial report Monday, Day 6.”

  1. Gary says:

    Odd isn’t the word. The Crown has to prove its case ‘beyond a reasonable doubt’. This means they have to firstly, Clarke’s innocence and secondly that Fellows has deliberately targeted him with a false accusation ie not mistaken identity or some misremembered or misunderstood act on Clarke’s part. This is a VERY tall order and makes me wonder why the case was brought eg if Fellows has mistaken a date he couldn’t be said to be perverting the course of justice, could he? I just feel bad about this and can’t help thinking the jury may receive directions. I did note that it receive a tiny amount of attention in the news today, although this was scant in comparison to the ‘coke and hookers’ Lord who helpfully overshadowed him..

    • sovereigntea says:

      Always beware the timing of events. How many times have you seen important news buried. Distraction is the magicians trick “focus on the right hand whilst the left is doing ??????”

      • sovereigntea says:

        Leading up to this case

        The police have gone to extraordinary lengths re Beechwood children’s home and Melanie Shaw in Nottingham.

        Uncle Ken is the MP for Rushcliffe (UK Parliament constituency) near Nottingham. Historically since 1970

        It may of course be a co-incidence

  2. Nollidge says:

    As a minister,wouldn’t there be an official record of where he was,who he met & when?.

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