Court Orders Immediate Release of Ibori’s Court Documents

by on March 13, 2016
A British Crown Court has ordered the im­mediate release of documents and other ma­terials uncovered by James Ibori’s former solicitor, Ghil Bhadresh, suggesting that British Metropolitan Police officers investigating cor­ruption charges against the former Delta State governor fraudulently obtained docu­ments against him and the lawyer.
A press statement issued by Ibori’s Media Assistant, Tony Eluemunor, said that Judge Tester of Southwark Crown Court on Friday directed the prosecution to comply with his earlier order made on January 21st this year and re­lease the documents to James Ibori’s counsels.
The prosecution had ini­tially refused to release the documents and other materi­als which suggested police in­volvement in corruption and fraud in the James Ibori’s and Gohil Bhadresh’s case.
This order followed the dramatic turn of events in the case brought by the Crown Prosecution against Gohil accusing him of attempt to pervert the course of justice but which the crown pros­ecution dropped following damaging and incriminat­ing documents uncovered by Bhadresh which the Prosecu­tion had lied ever existed.
The allegations of corrup­tion and documents suggest­ed that thousands of pound sterling were paid into the bank accounts of the investi­gating police officers involved in the case and that there were subsequent attempts by both the crown prosecution and the British Police to cov­er up the misconduct.
These have greatly dam­aged the credibility of mate­rials and documents relied upon by the crown and po-lice in the case, said Eluemu­nor who recalled that follow­ing the development, all the crown prosecutors and police officers involved had been re­moved from the case.
According to the state­ment, a new vista has opened in the Ibori trial in London as Bhadresh has approached the court of appeal to quash his conviction because the police and the crown prosecution may have misled the court and had been neck-deep in corruption.
It added that latest devel­opment may totally change the entire case as the new documents suggesting police misconduct and corruption indicates that the last has not been heard in James Ibori’s trial in London.

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