Detective's death halts Kiszko case prosecutions


17 June 1995
The Independent
Heather Mills

No one will face charges over the wrongful conviction of Stefan Kiszko, who served 16 years for a child murder he did not commit, because of the death of the detective who headed the inquiry. A magistrate has thrown out charges of perverting the course of justice against another officer and a forensic scientist after deciding that they could not get a fair trial without the evidence of Detective Chief Superintendent Jack Dibb.
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'Rough Justice' case halted


2 May 1995
The Guardian
Martin Wainwright

Two men who helped prepare a botched murder case which led to the wrongful jailing of Stefan Kiszko for 16 years may not face prosecution for perverting the course of justice. A magistrate granted a stay in proceedings yesterday in the case against a retired detective and a former Home Office scientist who investigated the stabbing of Rochdale schoolgirl Lesley Molseed.
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