Men Lose Heathrow Appeal

Four men jailed over a £1.75 million Heathrow warehouse heist after being found guilty in a historic trial without a jury lost appeals against their convictions today.

Four men jailed over a £1.75 million Heathrow warehouse heist after being found guilty in a historic trial without a jury lost appeals against their convictions today.

John Twomey, Peter Blake, Barry Hibberd and Glenn Cameron were convicted of robbery by a judge at the Old Bailey last March, but argued that their trial was "unlawful".

The trial in relation to an armed robbery at the warehouse in February 2004 was the first serious criminal trial to be held without a jury in England and Wales.

At the Court of Appeal today, the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Judge, Mrs Justice Rafferty and Mr Justice Roderick Evans, who had been urged to find their convictions"unsafe", rejected their challenge.

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