I Don’t Think You’ll Like It When You Find It, Mrs Gallagher…

Despite Mrs Gallagher’s pleas for the Crown Prosecution Service to reopen the case, prosecutors said there was not enough evidence.

She has now asked for the case to be reviewed by an independent body.

The 60-year-old, who has moved from the home she shared with her husband in Blind Lane, Little Burstead, to Leigh, said: “I just feel that Ricci is not here to defend himself and I am the only person who can do that for him, I want to do everything I can.

“There are so many unanswered questions. Someone is responsible for his death.

“He would want me to find justice.”

Let’s familiarise ourselves with this case, shall we? Since the ‘reporter’ who drafted this article seems to have left out the salient points.

Ricci Gallagher, 46, who been living in a nearby woodland shack is alleged to have broken into Mr Glanville’s home a short time after a fire broke out at his own property.
It is thought Mr Gallagher, who according to neighbours had been armed with a cricket bat, was injured as Mr Glanville and his gardener attempted to remove him from the house.

Seems to me as if the only injustice here was the arrest of the householder and the man who tried to assist him.

3 comments for “I Don’t Think You’ll Like It When You Find It, Mrs Gallagher…

  1. November 8, 2016 at 10:46 am

    The only relevant comment would be the last sentence in the related news report:-

    ‘So far, £165 has been raised.’

  2. November 8, 2016 at 11:45 am

    Seems to me as if the only injustice here was the arrest of the householder and the man who tried to assist him.

    Absolutely.

    • Bucko
      November 8, 2016 at 1:47 pm

      Yep

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