‘Stockwell Six’ man cleared almost half a century later

A fourth member of the ‘Stockwell Six’ group of black men fitted up on the word of a corrupt police officer nearly 50 years ago finally had his conviction quashed today. Texo Johnson, 67, was 17 when he and five friends were arrested while travelling from Stockwell station in south London on 18 February 1972. Johnson, along with Courtney Harriot, Cleveland Davidson, Paul Green, Ronald De’Souza and Everett Mullins, then aged between 17 and 20, became known as the ‘Stockwell…

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