Cricket: Court dismisses banned trio’s appeal

Dismisses the appeal of banned Pakistan cricketers to dismiss their corruption case in a preliminary hearing.


Express July 20, 2011

KARACHI:


The Crown Court in London has dismissed the appeal of banned Pakistan cricketers Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir to dismiss their corruption case in a preliminary hearing, which ended yesterday.

The trio, who were found guilty of spot-fixing by the International Cricket Council and are serving a minimum five-year ban, had filed an appeal asking the court to dismiss criminal charges that the Crown Prosecution had levelled against them. Amir and Asif attended the hearing, while Butt was represented by his lawyer. The trio were caught in a sting operation carried out by a British tabloid during Pakistan’s tour of England last year.




Published in The Express Tribune, July 21st, 2011.

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COMMENTS (2)

GulshanElectric | 9 years ago | Reply

Alas! you guys can never be trusted now.

Mirza | 9 years ago | Reply

Good, great, ban these thughs for life. No apology and no remorse then no mercy.

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