Tracey Fyfe, wife of Paul Fyfe.
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Wife of murdered policeman: 'I think it's a wrong judgment'

The law which has allowed people to be convicted of murder, even if they did not inflict the fatal blow, has been wrongly interpreted for more than 30 years, the Supreme Court has ruled.

The ruling came after a panel of five judges considered the case of Ameen Jogee, who had been convicted under joint enterprise of the murder of former Leicestershire police officer Paul Fyfe in 2011.

Mr Fyfe's wife, Tracey Fyfe, gave her reaction to the judgement.

  • 18 Feb 2016
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