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KEITH RICHARDS FOUGHT THE LAW, THE LAW WON

“Would you agree in the ordinary course of events you would expect a young woman to be embarrassed if she had nothing on but a rug in the presence of eight men two of whom were hangers-on and the third a Moroccan servant?” asked the prosecutor, Malcolm Morris, to Keith Richards at the court in Chichester, West Sussex, England, this week, in 1967. Richards was facing charges that stemmed from the infamous raid of his Redland estate five months earlier.

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