A supporter of Colonel Gaddafi cannot contest PC the Yvonne Fletcher decision.

July 7, 2022By fanu benks

During a protest outside the Libyan embassy in St. James's Square, downtown London, the 25-year-old was shot while on duty as a police officer.


At the High Court last year, Saleh Mabrouk was the target of a civil lawsuit.

The pro-Gaddafi Libyan Revolutionary Committee, which oversaw the embassy at the time, had Mr. Mabrouk as a member.

In spite of not being claimed to be the shooter, Mr. Justice Martin Spencer found in November that Mr. Mabrouk, who denied any culpability, had certainly helped in the shooting's execution.
John Murray, a friend and coworker of PC Fletcher who initiated the civil suit, claimed justice had finally been served after the decision.

Attorneys for Mr. Mabrouk had requested authorization from the Court of Appeal judges to appeal the decision.


Lords Justice Coulson and Warby, however, declined to grant permission and stated that they will explain their decisions in full at a later time.
A request to appeal the decision was made by Mr. Mabrouk, who did not take part in the High Court trial but had earlier denied any role in Pc. Fletcher's death.

At a hearing on Wednesday, his attorneys requested permission from the Court of Appeal justices to appeal the decision.

Lords Justice Coulson and Warby, however, declined to grant permission and stated that they will explain their decisions in full at a later time.
"I am certainly thrilled with what has happened today, my faith in British justice has been restored again," Mr. Murray said in a statement following the court.

"From this point forward, we will battle tooth and nail to recoup the charges."

After the hearing, Samantha Kane, Mr. Mabrouk's attorney, stated outside of court that he might try to take his case to the Supreme Court.
My client requested me to express how horrified, regretful, and sympathetic he feels with the deceased, Ms. Kane stated. as well as Mr. Murray and her coworkers.
The judge further stated that Mr. Murray, who claimed he felt responsible for the death of his colleague, should feel "proud" and "no shame" about the occurrence.

The judge praised the "extraordinary bravery" of the cops who sprang to her aid and said, "No one could have predicted the cowardly killing of a police officer in the back and the sad fact is that Yvonne Fletcher was, in every sense of the phrase, just in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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