With three witnesses ready to testify that Edward Southwell Russell,
26th Baron de Clifford, was driving 40 m.p.h. squarely in. the middle
of a road on a foggy night when his sports car crashed into another
whose driver was killed (TIME, Dec. 16), the Crown announced in Old
Bailey last week that it would offer no evidence, and Lord de Clifford
was held not guilty of dangerous driving.
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