The Times of London
An acquaintance of Thomas Cholmondeley has accused the jailed aristocrat of trying to “stitch him up” for the shooting of a black poacher on his family’s Kenyan Rift Valley estate.
In an interview with The Times after Cholmondeley was sentenced to eight months in jail for manslaughter, Carl Tundo, who was with the Old Etonian on the day of the killing, spoke out for the first time since the trial began more than three years ago.
“Tom tried to stitch me up,” Mr Tundo said. Continue reading Carl Tundo accuses Thomas Cholmondeley of trying to blame him for murder