John Terry racial abuse trial judge to give talk at Bromley College

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JUDGE Howard Riddle, who found John Terry not guilty of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand last year, will be giving a lecture at Bromley College.

The lecture, entitled Crime and Punishment, is the third in Bromley College's series of Landmark Lectures, and will provide insight into some of the most high profile extradition and criminal cases in recent years.

Judge Riddle, only the third judge to be appointed Senior District Judge of England and Wales, has had a long connection with the Bromley area, having been educated in Bexley before moving to Sevenoaks.

The lecture will take place on Wednesday April 24 at 6.30pm.

If you would like to attend call Alison Brunsden on 0208 295 7007 or e-mail Lecture @bromley.ac.uk.

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10:15pm Wed 10 Apr 13

Slonik says...

Hope his driver keeps a close eye on hjs posh 'wheels'... lol
Hope his driver keeps a close eye on hjs posh 'wheels'... lol Slonik
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