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In January 2010, the judge made the extraordinary request to the Justice Secretary and Minister for Justice, Michael Gove, to appoint an independent investigation into Mr Clarke in connection wit타이 마사지h the murder case.
In a statement then, the Department of Justice said it had sought to appoint a committee of experts which would conduct the review, though it did not explain w온라인카지노hy this committee was needed.
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Dr Christopher Green and Professor Ian Green were cleared of a murder charge after Mr Clarke’s conviction
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But shortly before the government stepped in, Mr Clarke said he would not step down, saying he was «prepared to serve out the remainder of his sentence for his part in the killing of Myra, a former member of the armed forces.»
Dr Green and Professor Ian Green were acquitted by the jury of murder.
In December 2007, the first hearing following the murder was held by the District Court, in the High Court in the capital. Mr Clarke was first told he would be convicted of first-degree murder, which carries a minimum sentence of life imprisonment with a minimum of five years at a minimum.