Friday, March 07, 2008

Freemasonry News


On 7 March 2008, the convicted killer Kenneth Noye won permission to bring a legal challenge over the refusal of the Criminal Cases Review Commission to refer his conviction for the murder of Stephen Cameron back to the court of appeal.

Noye, 60, was jailed for life at the Old Bailey in 2000...

On 7 March 2008, at London's high court, Lord Justice Richards and Mrs Justice Swift, granted permission for a one-day judicial review hearing of that decision. (High court grants Kenneth Noye murder appeal hearing)

On 16-10-2000, Tony Gosling wrote (Freemasons: The silent destroyers?) :

"The Park Street Masonic Hall was one of the 'Bristol open door' venues this year.... One of the secrets that was not related to us by our guide is that the M25 road-rage murderer and cop-killer Kenneth Noye was the head of his local masonic lodge."

Noye's career ( A question for the masons, page 1 ):

Oct 1981 - Smuggling a Magnum handgun Canterbury Crown Court - Suspended 18 months prison sentence and £2500 fine.

April 1983 - Police search Noye's home for missing lorry which had been loaded with shoes - nothing found.

Dec 1985 - Murder of PC John Fordham Old Bailey - acquitted

Aug 1986 - Handling of gold from Brinks Mat robbery Old Bailey - jailed for 14 years (released 1994).

1999 International Fugitive Spain - Extradited

Apr 2000 - Murder of Stephen Cameron Old Bailey - Sentenced to life in prison.


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