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Convicted killer waits for court ruling on whether secret evidence was unfair

Written by on January 16, 2020

A man is set to hear from the European Court of Human Rights if his murder trial was unfair because it was held largely behind closed doors. Wang Yam, who was found guilty at the Old Bailey in 2009 of killing author Allan Chappelow to plunder his wealth, is expecting a ruling to be handed down by the ECHR..