By Tony Reeves
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In the jail they were put into the OBS—an abbreviation for the Observation Section. This is an area used for criminals who are considered dangerous to other inmates or for those who might themselves be exposed to greater than average risk if placed among other prisoners in the cells. That Lennie and Rayner were placed Mr Big - PAGES 42 ] 7/1/05 3:10 PM Page 42 MR BIG in the OBS suggests that McPherson had enough influence to seek—and get—a bit of privacy and special treatment, despite the gravity of the charge against him.
Detective Sergeant Les Chowne told the court that he told Rayner that Clayton claimed he and McPherson had shot Hackett on 27 July. Rayner had allegedly replied: ‘That’s impossible. ’ He refused to take part in an identification parade at which Clayton would be present. ’ Rayner said it was true that after drinking the beer they had gone to the Hasty Tasty for hamburgers. Then a doctor who carried out the post-mortem examination on Hackett’s body gave medical evidence. Next came a resident of Elswick Street, who testified to having heard noises ‘like explosions’ and then a ‘cry like [a] child’s after the bangs’.
Nobody talked about the real reason for the trip, which Lennie was later to admit to Moffitt. ’ And this he recommended the good judge do to his clients. Judge Curlewis retired to think about it overnight, and delivered his verdict on the drizzling morning of 23 December: a fine of £100 and a bond of £20 to be of good behaviour for three years for each of them. The judge expressed concern about the extremes of penalties that were available to him on the statute books: it was either a ten-year prison term or a fine of £100, with no options in between.
Mr Big by Tony Reeves