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Fort court hears Caol cabbie acted ‘proportionately’ in rift at bookie’s

A TAXI driver from Caol claimed he grabbed a man by the neck and pushed him against a wall in self-defence because ‘it only takes two seconds to stick the head in someone’.

In Fort William Justice of the Peace court on March 22, Robert Lawrie claimed he was assaulted by part-time taxi driver Jason Dieguno on March 12 2016, the day after Mr Lawrie buried his mother.

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