Anthony 'Tosh' Richardson murder trial: CCTV controller who 'was told to turn camera away' gives evidence

History between Sarah Finney and Tosh

Mr Tinmurth agreed that he was aware of a history between Sarah Finney and Mr Richardson. He was aware that the homeless man would, according to her barrister, William Harbage QC, “insult her, call her names and make her life miserable”. Mr Tinmurth denied a claim from Mr Harbage that he told her that he would “move a camera” while Marc Finnie came in to warn Mr Richardson.

“I would never say I would move a camera,” he said. Mr Harbage claimed: “You volunteered that unprompted.” Mr Tinmurth denied this but agreed that Sarah Finney did not move a camera, did not tell him to move cameras and did not dictate the wording of an incident log entry.

He confirmed that he was originally arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender suspected of committing murder.


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