HAFAD

AcronymDefinition
HAFADHammersmith and Fulham Action on Disability
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He said: "It is the Crown's case that the defendant's original estimate of arriving at HAFAD after midday is correct.
He went to HAFAD in the hope they'd be able to provide him with an alibi of sorts."
Two days later, it was claimed, George went back to HAFAD and the cab office to confirm he was there on the day of Jill's murder.
George - who changed his name to Bulsara, the real surname of singer Freddie Mercury - was then seen by Susan Bicknell, a welfare rights worker at HAFAD.
The court heard that George turned up at HAFAD in a bid to establish an alibi.
He claimed he then went to the offices of Hammersmith and Fulham Action for Disability (HAFAD).
Mr Pownall said George's quickest route to the HAFAD office was to go down Gowan Avenue.
Mr Pownall said: "It is the Crown's case that the defendant's original estimate of arriving at HAFAD after midday is broadly correct.
Two days later, it was claimed, George visited HAFAD to confirm he was there on the day of Jill's murder.