Star date: 30th May 2014
A Salford Star Exclusive
CASE AGAINST SAFFRON HUGHES DROPPED AS SOLICITORS TALK OF `SUFFERING AND EMOTIONAL TURMOIL' OF 15 YEAR OLD…
"I'm angry that I didn't have a chance to say my version in the court. I did nothing wrong on that day" Saffron
The first cases of aggravated trespass against Barton Moss protectors, due in court on Monday, have been dropped. The two cases include the charge against 15 year old Salford schoolgirl, Saffron Hughes, arrested at Barton Moss in February, which shocked and outraged the community.
Solicitor Simon Pook, of Robert Lizars, tonight told of the `suffering, bullying and emotional turmoil' Saffron endured after the arrest, while Saffron declared her `relief' tinged with `anger' that she "didn't have a chance to say my version in the court"
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