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He is hoping to claim compensation from the man and wife that threatened him that at the moment are in police custody. The police has taken the case as it is criminal offence and the prosecutor said he does not need a lawyer. The prosecutor has evidence of for offences: blackmail, theft, personal data violation and death threat. All this is recorded on camera and police has it.
We only need a second opinion in how much he would be able to claim.
They have taken his phone by force and by death threat managed to get his password. They have also taken his bike and threaten him with death again if he does not bring them £800 in 3-4 days. So, for that they wont be convicted? Also, after being shocked in such a way and thinking he's going to die, he wont be able to get any compensation for emotional distress?