Liverpool Fan Freed 4 Years after Conviction for Victory Celebration-turned-Attempted Murder

go to site I didn’t know the original story, but found it kinda interesting to learn how Michael Shields was convicted for the attempted murder of a Bulgarian man after a Liverpool Champions League victory.

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http://mhs.se/produkt/motorhistoriskt-magasin-f†re-1983/ Shields — 22 now, 18 at the time he was fingered as the chap who dropped a concrete slab on the head of Martin Georgiev — became the first Brit to receive a Royal Pardon for a crime committed overseas.

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http://nurdanbesen.com/?bioy=regarder-rencontre-avec-joe-black-gratuitement&044=82 He gave a statement upon his release, saying after spending four years in British and Bulgarian prisons for a crime he didn’t commit:

http://salsiando.com/finelit/2446

como ligar con un chico en la piscina “I knew I would never walk alone.”

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