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Acid-attack journalists says police failure to prosecute crime boss who ordered hit a 'dangerous precedent'

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Posted 27 July 2017, 2.57am edt

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A journalist who had acid thrown at him said the failure of police to prosecute the crime boss who allegedly ordered the attack sets a “dangerous precedent”. William ‘Basil’ Burns posed as a postman before throwing sulphuric a...


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