Andrew Malkinson was right to expose these ministers. Why do they keep punishing innocent people?


The public outpouring for Andrew Malkinson, after the quashing of his conviction for a rape for which he was imprisoned for 17 years, is now focused on how he will be compensated. Since the release of the Bridgewater Four in 1997, the state has recouped the cost of board and lodgings from the compensation given to some victims of miscarriages of justice…

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Statement on Sam Hallam & Victor Nealon: Grand Chamber dismisses application, but recognises devastating impact of wrongful conviction

Statement on Sam Hallam & Victor Nealon Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights dismisses application, but recognises…

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The inside story on the new Andy Malkinson documentary

The inside story on the new Andy Malkinson documentary APPEAL’s Lizzie Norton is behind-the-scenes A documentary telling the story of…

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