Don't Let it Be You! 07.12.11

Home Affairs Select Committee Letter - Our campaign for December 2011

Together with Susan May and Eddie Gilfoyle we have written a document which is being submitted to 

the Home Affairs Select Committee. It is about how the judicial system as a whole obstructs those who are wrongly convicted from obtaining documents whether they are under Public Interest Immunity or simply denied to the Defence. It also calls upon the Committee to review the processes of the Ministry of Justice departments including the IPCC, ICO, CPS, Police and CCRC because these bodies simply do not operate effectively owing to underfunding, organizational restrictions, political agenda, incompetence and in some cases corruption.

The document can be viewed in this PDF. Simply download or print it, and send it with a brief covering letter stating that you support the submission to:

Rt Hon Keith Vaz, Committee Chair

Home Affairs Committee
House of Commons
7 Millbank
London SW1P 3JA
Telephone 020 7219 3276
Fax 020 7219 2744
e -mail 
homeaffcom@parliament.uk 

Additionally you might want to send it to your local MP and ask for their support.

Eddie Gilfoyle

In 1993 Eddie Gilfoyle was found guilty of murdering his wife Paula who was eight and a half months pregnant. He was sentenced to life imprisonment, yet maintained his innocence for nineteen years, he is currently on licence. To read Times articles on Eddie click here or visit his web site. To watch a video on Eddie talking about his treatment by the justice system click here to follow Eddie's campaign on twitter click here @eddiegilfoyle Read new articles on Eddie in the Times Newspaper 06/01/12 and 07/01/12
 
Susan May

Susan May was convicted of the murder of her Aunt in May 1993.  She has always maintained innocence and after serving twelve years in prison Susan was freed on parole having lost two appeals, the CCRC have now closed their files on Susan May’s case. To find out more about Susan’s case please visit her website here. To read Susan's blog click here to watch a video of Susan talking about her treatment by the justice system click here to watch the Guardian interview with Susan click here