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Offline Nicholas

Re: Barry George revisited.
« Reply #1140 on: March 15, 2021, 11:42:50 AM »
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Michelle Diskin Bates
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And yet the public balk at us saying there are people in prison, wrongfully convicted...sometimes for crimes that never even happened!
11:34 am · 19 Apr 2020·Twitter for iPad

https://mobile.twitter.com/i/status/1251759106614013953

No surprise Dr Michael Naughton recently attempted to again create doubt over the exposure of Simon Hall’s guilt on 2012/13 with his unfounded and ludicrous public comments,

The Birmingham Six confessed. The Guildford Four confessed. Simon was on suicide watch and he was taking every drug he could get.”

Had a well-intentioned team of law students and academics been hoodwinked by a murderer? Michael is not convinced..’


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Offline Nicholas

Re: Barry George revisited.
« Reply #1141 on: March 24, 2021, 05:28:45 PM »
More lies from Michelle Diskin Bates

Michelle Diskin Bates
@Michelle_Diskin
BTW...Mercurio is wrong, Barry has NEVER referred to himself as an oddball. That was police and legal people who did that!
Line of Duty in firing line after character with Down’s Syndrome called ‘oddball’
8:17 am · 24 Mar 2021·Twitter for iPad

https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/people/line-of-duty-in-firing-line-after-character-with-downs-syndrome-called-oddball-3173814

The “oddball” comment appears to have stemmed from George’s father Alfred repeated by Barry George in 2008

2001
George's childhood was not easy. His parents' marriage was unstable and led to bitter divorce in December 1973, when Barry was 13.
Even then George had a fertile imagination, weaving fantasies around his favourite programme, Thunderbirds, which irritated his father, who believed his son was an "oddball" who had been "born naive".

https://amp.theguardian.com/uk/2001/jul/03/jilldando.media5#click=https://t.co/hI00tCgVfO

2008 - Barry George
“I was the easiest target on the case. They (police) could just say, ’We’ve got the local oddball’
https://www.irishexaminer.com/world/arid-30372474.html?type=amp&__twitter_impression=true

Michelle Diskin Bates
@Michelle_Diskin
@jed_mercurio
 Hello Jed, I’m Barry George’s sister, and I watched the first episode of series 6 of LoD. I was secretly pleased and guessed it was from the Barry George case (though I knew it wasn’t right for the cop to say that).  Message me...I promise I don’t eat fellow writers
11:03 am · 24 Mar 2021·Twitter for iPad

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