They told how he had a 'kind nature' and talked of his 'love of walking his dogs and chatting with people to pass the time of day'.Mr Wrighton's wife of 59 years, Ann, said: 'Peter was immensely kind and never had a bad word to say about anybody and people always seemed to take a liking to him.'We are extremely thankful for all the people who have come forward to speak with the police and hope we will soon be able to understand why this has happened.'When we think of Peter we remember him with with fond and happy memories that will stay with us always.' On Thursday, police released footage of Mr Wrighton shopping in a post office on the day that he died along with maps of his final movements in the hope that it would 'jog memories'.
He added: 'Inquiries are continuing regarding the incident and detectives ask that anyone with information should contact Norfolk Police immediately.' It is understood police are investigating whether Mr Wrighton may have had a row with another man moments before he was killed.
“I don’t think in the context it was justified at all.” they are concerned about the prospect of Government action.
Mr Walker’s acquittal comes days after the death of Jac Holmes, who was killed while clearing landmines in Isis’ former stronghold of Raqqa.
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The notorious Cookbook, first published in 1971, includes instructions on the manufacture of explosives and homemade drugs but Mr Walker told the court he downloaded it for a role-playing game two years ago “No one would have ever known anything about it other than the people involved in the game,” he explained after being acquitted.