untitled (Cauty police case)- Library of Mu
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- Title: untitled (Cauty police case)
- Date: 07 December, 1996
- Journal: Melody Maker
- Author: ?
- Type of resource: News items
- Status: text
- No. views: 1600
- Description: Cauty told "Don't do it again" but no charges pressed (on either weapons or breach of the peace). He celebrates by playing at Richard Branson's V2 label's party.
untitled (Cauty police case)
By ? (07 December, 1996, Melody Maker)
Jimmy Cauty was told "Don't do it again!" when he turned up at Torquay
Police station last Wednesday (November 27) over alleged firearms
Police decided not to press charges when they found that both Saracen
armoured vehicles Cauty drove down to the A30 protest site in Devon in
October had been de-activated for weapons use.
Police also decided not to charge Cauty with disturbing the peace. He
had been waking local residents every morning with Louis Armstrong
Cauty celebrated his escape from the law by playing at the party for
Richard Branson's new V2 label that night.
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