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"When I gave evidence I hadn't seen my uncle for 30 years and suddenly I was in the same room as him.
Ross, from Meganlis Park in the market town, appeared before a sitting of Armagh Magistrates Court where relatives of Ms Bickerstaff gave evidence to a preliminary inquiry.
Research by West Midlands Police found that, on average, just nine per cent of police officers called to attend court actually gave evidence.
Actor Hugh Grant also gave evidence, claiming that the Mail on Sunday had hacked into his phone - a claim refuted by the newspaper.
Mr Ross gave evidence to the earlier Butler Inquiry into intelligence mistakes in the run-up to the 2003 invasion, testifying that at no time during his posting did the UK assess that Iraq's supposed weapons of mass destruction were a threat.
Centre for Parent and Child Support training facilitator Christine Bidmead gave evidence on behalf of Professor Sarah Cowley, stating: 'Problems need to be identified sufficiently early to prevent the infant from entering an adverse life trajectory, with established physiological and behavioural patterns.'
Labour leader Joe Anderson also gave evidence to the investigator.
Three residents gave evidence to the court and two more sent in written statements The neighbours complained of drunkenness and fights between Ms Holland and Mr Turley and abuse and threats to local people, starting within six months of her arrival in July 2003.
He also gave evidence in the case of Trupti Patel,cleared of murdering three of her infants.
``I have to live with this ordeal for the rest of my life and so have the other ladies who gave evidence against him,'' she said.
If the tribunal's ruling was upheld, he claimed, it would set a precedent for future cases and would deny the families the right to see officers, one of whom gave evidence in public at the original Widgery Tribunal.
A WITNESS yesterday claimed that angry cons might kill him if he gave evidence to the Neil Lennon bomb trial.