Friday, 29 March 2013

Spring Submissions to the Criminal Cases Review Commission

I'm still waiting to hear on the outcome of my appeal against my whole life tariff which is with the European Grand Chamber in Strasbourg and was heard back at the end of November last year. I'm told that my lawyers will be advised of the outcome in advance
of it being announced publicly.

Simon McKay and his team are currently working on new material for the submissions to be made to the CCRC there is a lot to get through and a case will only be put forward when all material has been fully interpreted within a legal and forensic framework.

The disclosure issue is still being addressed more fully and the writing campaign has been delayed as a result, to be honest we had no idea how much crucial information has been withheld from the defence by Essex Police which can prove my innocence – documents referred to in other documents tell us the extent of the non disclosure issue and the evidence continues to mount.

This month also sees the launch of our 'Case QT' which enables information on the web pages to be watched/listened to in quick time – in just a matter of minutes. This is a crucial online resource in the campaign to educate people on the material in the case which shows my innocence and helps to make the information accessible for all.

Thank you to those of you who have been helping us work on the material for the new submissions and those involved in re-writing and structuring the web based case evidence.  

Enjoy the Easter Break and let's look forward to events which will unfold this year.


Jeremy Bamber

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