Ian Watkins – Appeal

Photo from The Mirror

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Introduction

We have covered the case of Ian Watkins before and mentioned that, as expected, he was appealing his sentence.

This was heard on 23rd July 2014 where …

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5 thoughts on “Ian Watkins – Appeal

    1. Liberte, Egalite, Sororite

      Same here slightly amazed that they thought they should have been treated more leniently.

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  1. Andrew

    Who is “they”, L-E-S?

    If it’s Watkins , or the other appellant, well, remember what Mandy Rice-Davies so famously said.

    If the lawyers, that’s their function.

    The main thing is that they lost.

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  2. Andrew

    Sorry L-E-S: re-reading what you say you obviously meant the two appellants. They probably did not think so but from where they are they had nothing to lose by trying.

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