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Stephen Lawrence: A Michael Bunn in the media oven

by | 8th, January 2012

STEPHEN Lawrence’s murderers Gary Dobson and David Norris could have their sentences lengthened if they fails to tell the police the names of other members of the gang that committed the racist killing. So says the Sunday Mirror . Gary Dobson and David Norris are embarking on 15 years and 14 years sentences, respectively.

The Sunday Times says:

Detectives are reportedly letting them “stew” for a month before attempting to question them in their high-security prison. It’s there that they will be told that their sentences will be extended if they refuse to cooperate with police.

The Sunday Mirror speaks with a “source”:

They will be told that if they don’t admit their guilt and show remorse they’ll serve a lot more time. That would include showing they are sorry for their crime as well as helping police catch the other killers.”

Prisoners have access to newspapers in jail. The media is playing its part in stewing Stephen Lawrence’s murderers. But Norris and Dobson may yet appeal. Any stewing will be on a very low heat.

Senior barrister Nick Wilcox is quoted:

“The most obvious way to show remorse is to reveal the other killers.”

Or just admit to their own guilt. Or to discover God.

The justice system is banking on a confession. Dobson and Norris are conniving and lying killers. They know the Crown has

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