Kevin Nunes murder: How the star witness was sent on a taxpayer-funded holiday

The Express & Star, who are one of very few publications devoting time and resources to the Kevin Nunes case, are reporting that Staffordshire Police paid for a star witness in the Kevin Nunes case and two family members to go on holiday, at taxpayer’s expense:

“Staffordshire Police sent Simeon Taylor – who was in the witness protection scheme – and two relatives on the trip in the run up to the original Nunes’ murder trial, a whistleblower has revealed.

The Express & Star has learned Staffordshire Police spent £3,906 on flights and hotel rooms for Mr Taylor and a further £1,984 on flights for two relatives in 2007 as preparations took place for the court case.Additional costs for officers would bring the likely total bill to be in the region of £10,000.”

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