Clansman Gang Trial | Prosecution concedes insufficient evidence against at least four defendants

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The prosecution in the Clansman-One Don Gang trial this morning conceded that it has not made out a case against at least four of the 33 defendants.

The Crown said there is insufficient evidence to prove that Damaine Elleston, Rushane Williams, Revaldo Hylton were a part of the criminal network.

The men are likely to be freed.

This morning, defence lawyers started no-case submissions before the Home Circuit Court.

More to come.

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