HC Deb 29 March 1928 vol 215 cc1340-1
49. Colonel WEDGWOOD

asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether his attention has been called to the case of the assault by one Randall on two Indians and an African woman in the Masai reserve; whether he is aware that the jury stopped the proceedings in spite of the Judge's protest; whether he has received any protests in the matter; and what action he proposes to take?

The SECRETARY of STATE for the COLONIES (Mr. Amery)

The answer to the first three parts of the question is in the negative. If the right hon. and gallant Member will communicate the facts in his possession to me, I will consider whether any action on my part is necessary.


Are we to understand that the right hon. Gentleman has not received the telegram? I will send him a copy of it.


No, I have not received it.