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Tuesday, 19 October 2010

scathing court ruling slamming the jailhouse treatment of notorious gangster Jamie Bacon

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Province nixes appeal of Bacon jail decision: "B.C. government officials have changed their mind about appealing a scathing court ruling slamming the jailhouse treatment of notorious gangster Jamie Bacon.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge ruled Bacon was held under 'deplorable' conditions while awaiting trial in a Vancouver-area jail for the Surrey Six murders -- the province's worst gangland slaying.
Attorney General Mike de Jong announced in July that the government had filed an appeal of the ruling, which also said the jail's warden had inappropriately acted as an agent of the police in keeping Bacon in solitary confinement.
De Jong's spokeswoman Linda Mueller confirmed this week that the appeal has now been withdrawn but refused to explain why.
'As civil and criminal court proceedings are ongoing, the Ministry of Attorney General is unable to comment on the appeal other than to confirm it has been discontinued,' she said.
Since the ruling by Justice Mark McEwan in June, Bacon has been housed with his brother and fellow Red Scorpions gangster Jarrod Bacon, who is awaiting trial in a drug conspiracy case, and another gang associate Albert Jackman, who is awaiting trial in a separate murder case. There are also other inmates in their area."

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