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Did the victim co-operate as far as reasonably practicable in assisting the Police to bring his assailants to Justice?

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Hi all,

 

Three years ago I've been assaulted in Central London by a group of over 5 persons resulting in important injuries and lost of earnings. The assault took place in streets where I used to work as a self-employed.Immediatly after the assault due I lost memory and while someone (complice of my offenders) lied to me saying that he was a witness and that I was assaulted only by one person. I didn't want to make my complaint immediately in the streets where I work (and surrounded by my offenders friends/complices interfering with my conversation with the Police officer who came few minutes later after the assault) but wanted first to go to hospital then after this to make my complaint at a Police station.

 

I arrived at the Hospital arround 11.30pm in emergency but was able to see a doctor only at about 7.00am. After my consultation at the hospital I went directly (despite of beeing sick and tired) to the Police station closer to where the assault happened. However, the police officer I met didn't take my complaint properly, was minimising the facts, refused to take a picture of my injuries and was unprofessional. As that time I still suffering from memory lost I said in my complaint (as I was wrongly told) that there was only one offender. Few days later when I better recovered my memory about what happened I made request to amend my complaint and attempt another interview for this purpose in the same Police station with this time two others Police officers.

 

Presently, after a period of two years sickness as directs results of this assault I made a compensation at Criminal Injuries Compensation Authorities (CICA) but this last rejected my claim saying that I did not co-operate with the Police.

 

I made an appeal to my claim and my case is going to be examinated at the HM Courts & Tribunals Service.

 

My offenders first goal was apparently to take over my small business.

But since I've been assaulted by my offenders I face regularly harassment, intimidations, etc from these lasts in order to prevent me to make further complaints.

 

The issue to be decided by the Courts is : "Did the appelant co-operate as far as reasonably practicable in assisting the Police to bring his assailants to Justice?"

 

Also I would like to know if there is no law article I could use in support of my appeal.

 

Thanks in advance for your help.

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