Peter Lugnani, the RGP officer who was on trial for having allegedly raped two colleagues, was this afternoon found not guilty of all charges by a unanimous verdict delivered by a jury at the Supreme Court.
The Government maintains that the Opposition have again got their facts wrong over the case of the vulnerable person that they highlighted last week.
No 6 insists that the Opposition continues to raise the risk of accidentally identifying this vulnerable person to the public. A statement goes on to say that this is typical of the GSD’s behaviour, as they frequently ask for personal information in Parliament ‘showing that they care less about vulnerable people than they do about trying to score political points’.
Media – Police Reports
Date: From 0700hrs the 13/01/2014 to 0700hrs the 14/01/2014
This weekend saw officers of HM Customs make several drug and tobacco smuggling related arrests. The first saw 30-year-old local, John Clancy arrested for the possession of 20 grams of herbal cannabis that was found in his bag. Clancy pleaded guilty in court this morning. A pre-sentencing report has been authorised.