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If youreceived advice to make a no comment interview then it was the right thing todo. It is almost always the right thingto do even when not advised and always with serious crime.
If youwant then you can contact the police and offer a new interview but it is a badidea.
Avoidingthe inference is worth all of the other risks attendant upon a comment interview.
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Well it might. But answering questions wouldn't deterrentprosecution. The police are not going to believe you.
The point of interview anyway is avoiding conviction not avoidingprosecution.
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