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R v Aniogo

 The prosecution conceded to reduction of the sentence to manslaughter and there was also the evidence that the accused there thought the deceased was “possibly armed” when he shot him. Therefore, the verdict of manslaughter was not inconsistent with other decisions of the court.


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