The Attorney-General's (AG) Department, has revealed that it no longer intends to continue with the prosecution of Mr. Lawrence Nana Asiama Hanson, better known as Bulldog.
According to the Attorney General's advice contained in the case docket, Mr. Lawrence Nana Asiama Hanson, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bull Haus Entertainment, is to be discharged pending further investigation.
The prosecution's Chief Inspector Simon Apoirsornu revealed that the AG's advice has been address to the Director of the Ghana Police Service's Criminal Investigations Department (CID).
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According to the Chief Inspector, the advise given to the CID Director General is covered under the Privileges Act, Section 100 of the Evidence Act, an argument Bulldog's lawyer disputes.
According to Bulldog's lawyer, Mr. Jerry Avenogbor, section 100 of the Evidence Act states that privileged information refers to information shared between professionals and their clients, like doctors, lawyers, etcetera.
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Furthermore, Mr. Avenogbor expressed that the prosecution's continuous requests for adjournments are "hindering the administration of Justice".
Bulldog has been battling with accusation's of being involved in the death of one Fennec Okyere, and was arrested by the CID in connection to Mr. Kyere's death in Kokomlemle, in 2014.
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