Categories:Crime

No5 Chambers barristers defend in Kidderminster kidnap conspiracy trial

David Mason QC, Gary Bell QC and Phil Bradley from No5 Chambers are defending in a kidnap conspiracy case after Wasim Yaqub, 37, was allegedly kidnapped outside his home in Kidderminster, held captive in a storage unit and beaten with a hammer after a business deal went wrong.

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