Well, personally….

I\’d say you could be charged with conpiracy to murder here.

\’Coz you have, obviously, conspired here to commit a murder there.

9 thoughts on “Well, personally….”

  1. He could be charged with murder.

    “8. A British subject can be indicted for murder or manslaughter in England and Wales even when he commits the offence outside the jurisdiction. The nationality of the victim is immaterial: section 9 Offences against the Person Act 1861.” – CPS legal guidance

  2. Is there such a thing as acts preparatory?

    ukliberty: That’s interesting. So if you are British and murder someone, you can be charged, end of. No matter whom, no matter where. Something I hope I never have to bear in mind…

  3. Presumably, although he could be charged with murder here, it would be rather hard to establish a reliable chain of custody for any evidence used, making prosecution rather tough…

  4. Brian, it only takes two: “if a person agrees with any other person or persons…” Criminal Law Act 1977. Same in New York.

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