Man accused of urging dog to ‘go and get’ police tells jury: ‘I didn’t say those words’

A man has told a jury he didn’t urge a pet dog to attack police officers at his Egremont home, and also thought they needed a warrant to enter.

Man accused of urging dog to ‘go and get’ police tells jury: ‘I didn’t say those words’

A man has told a jury he didn’t urge a pet dog to attack police officers at his Egremont home, and also thought they needed a warrant to enter.

https://cumbriacrack.com/2021/02/23/man-accused-of-urging-dog-to-go-and-get-police-tells-jury-i-didnt-say-those-words/

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