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No Charges Brought Against Women Who Took Dead Relative On Liverpool To Berlin Plane

THE two women caught trying to place a board a plane at Liverpool John Lennon Airport with a dead body wearing sunglasses and sat in a wheelchair will not face any charges.

Gitta Jarant, 66, and her daughter Anke Anusic, 41, had been pinched in April 2010 for trying to get the pair’s, respectively, husband and father, 91-year-old Kurt Willi Jarant, on board the plane to Berlin.

The CPS and police have dropped because a time of death could not be ascertained.

Says Martin Hill, reviewing lawyer for the Crown Prosecution Service:

Having carefully reviewed a file of evidence presented to me by police, I have concluded that there is insufficient evidence to bring any charges in relation to the death of Kurt Willi Jarrant.”

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Posted: 5th, September 2010 | In: Strange But True | Comment