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Everton fan who was accused of calling Liverpool fans murderers wins appeal

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An Everton FC fan who was said to have shouted 'murderers' at Liverpool fans outside Anfield has won an appeal against his conviction.

Sefton Magistrates heard that a police officer heard Mr Watt shout 'murderers' at Liverpool fans outside the ground.

She said: "PC Sinclair heard Everton fans shouting murderers at the Liverpool fans.

Stuart Watt, 27, from Litherland, was arrested outside Anfield on December 2 last year as he made his way into the Merseyside Derby at Anfield.

He saw the defendant shouting 'murderers'."

Mr Watt's friends told the court that they did not see or hear him shout 'murderers' at Liverpool fans.

Mr Bromilow said that he did not see Mr Watt running and did not hear him shouting at Liverpool fans.
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