1. In the case of ___ the defendant forced a doctor at gunpoint to provide him with an injection of morphine for pain relief.
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2. The word menaces does not have a broad interpretation
3. If the person to whom the threat is made is known by the defendant to be particularly timid, then threats which do not affect the normal person can still be taken as menaces
4. In Harvey the defendant held the belief that the use of menaces was the 'proper means of reinforcing the demand', however despite this, his belief was not generally considered moral therefore he was convicted
5. The case illustrating an implied demand is
- Collister and Warhurst