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Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #195 on: July 11, 2019, 06:29:53 PM »
http://jeremybamberforum.co.uk/index.php/topic,551.4725.html

Just been sifting through Ms Leans Podcast with JE. 60k + views ( Aware that this figure is boosted by repetitive viewing, myself in the scale of around 100) What interests me is that there are approx. 212 comments (507 inclusive of replies to posters comments. Some repeat posters. All mixed responses. I'm curious to the newcomers and open minds?

And many if not most newcomers will have instant access to the internet.

James English appeared to rush into the interviews. One week he’s put a shout out for Corrine Mitchell to appear on his podcast, the next, as he says “and we’re on.” https://m.facebook.com/jamesenglish11/posts/i-am-trying-to-get-a-hold-of-corrine-mitchell-to-have-her-on-my-show-for-a-chatc/799297990435669/

He’d obviously never heard of Sandra Lean.
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Offline Rusty

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #196 on: July 11, 2019, 07:23:02 PM »
 Ms Leans solo podcast, viewing rising, but a handful  of comments only.


Just like to point out, that i have had 2 comments deleted on her solo.

Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #197 on: July 11, 2019, 07:25:04 PM »
Ms Leans solo podcast, viewing rising, but a handful  of comments only.


Just like to point out, that i have had 2 comments deleted on her solo.

Transparency she says

Why am I not surprised.
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Offline WakeyWakey

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #198 on: July 11, 2019, 07:29:26 PM »
Ms Leans solo podcast, viewing rising, but a handful  of comments only.


Just like to point out, that i have had 2 comments deleted on her solo.

likewise , non ofensive comment askin about shanes testimony was remove.

also same question on james english video was removed

transparent as mud!

Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #199 on: July 11, 2019, 07:32:02 PM »
likewise , non ofensive comment askin about shanes testimony was remove.

also same question on james english video was removed

transparent as mud!

Thanks for sharing  8((()*/
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Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #200 on: July 11, 2019, 08:01:51 PM »
likewise , non ofensive comment askin about shanes testimony was remove.

also same question on james english video was removed

transparent as mud!

Why would it be removed on James English video?
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Offline WakeyWakey

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #201 on: July 11, 2019, 08:06:08 PM »
Why would it be removed on James English video?

Gd question, but asked it again and diindt get rmoved, so could be a genuine mistake

Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #202 on: July 11, 2019, 10:07:55 PM »
Gd question, but asked it again and diindt get rmoved, so could be a genuine mistake

 8((()*/
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Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #203 on: July 11, 2019, 10:41:03 PM »
Did anyone notice Corrine Mitchell’s nose touch?

She does it practically at the start of the interview @ 4.22



JE: so we’ll go right back to the start Corrine, how was Luke’s upbringing

CM: Good, I mean we were a good family umm I was divorced but Luke was 11 when I got divorced but totally normal happy childhood family holidays at home he discovered he loved cooking so he used to cook um he had the dinner ready
for me coming in from from and um I he used to from me when he got in from school and he’d say right what’s for dinner I would tell him what’s for dinner and he would cook

JE: How long was Luke and Jodi seeing each other for?

CM: I think it was about 5 months

JE: 5 months

CM: yeah 5 months

JE: so leading up to that obviously when Jodi got found murdered what was the events, the lead up to the events obviously when Jodi went missing

CM: Right, well Luke left the house at about twenty to six to sit at the end of our street uh to wait for her coming um they weren’t they didn’t have (rubs nose) umm exact arrangements but he took it that she was coming down to our place and at that time a whole lot of them were meeting over in the abbey which was across from our house and he’d obviously do for a wee smoke.....
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Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #204 on: July 13, 2019, 05:47:21 PM »
Anyone know what happened to the long road to justice?

http://longroadtojustice.com/blurb/


Sandra lean
Today, my book about the case, Innocents Betrayed, was launched. Profits from the book are being donated to help fund a new organisation, Long Road to Justice, which will be taking a radically new approach to helping the fight against injustice.

Details of the book can be found here:

www.longroadtojustice.com

http://jeremybamberforum.co.uk/index.php/topic,551.msg448049.html#msg448049

https://m.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=98677679249&story_fbid=10156842953109250

Our colleague” interesting

Miscarriages of justice charity stripped of lottery funding
“A charity that fights wrongful convictions has had its National Lottery funding stopped and is being probed by the Scottish Government over concerns about how it is run.
The Miscarriage of Justice Organisation - known as MOJO - was awarded £120,000 by the lottery's community fund but the offer has been withdrawn.
A National Lottery Community Fund spokesperson said: "Due to ongoing governance issues, we are unable to provide MOJO with funding at this time. We welcome a further conversation with them once these issues have been addressed.
"The decision to offer the award of £120,000 was made in April 2019. Our formal withdrawal letter was issued this week."
Glasgow-based MOJO was formed by Paddy Hill, one of six men wrongly convicted of the IRA pub bombings in Birmingham in 1975.
MOJO is due to receive £105,000 of taxpayers' money from the Scottish Government this year with at least as much agreed for each of the next two years.
The government's criminal justice division has begun an investigation, with a spokesman saying: "The Scottish Government provides funding to MOJO Scotland to provide support to people who may have suffered a miscarriage of justice.
"Concerns have been raised with us about their governance and management structures, which are currently subject to an investigation."
Hill launched the charity in 2001 and it is run by volunteers and two paid employees. One of them, Paul McLaughlin, is on sick leave. He declined to comment.
Management committee member Colin Grant said: "It's got to the stage now where I think MOJO has possibly gone too far, I think it's possibly imploded so much it may well be beyond salvation.
My understanding is that a charity which is receiving public funds needs to have an independent management committee to oversee how these funds are being used to make sure they are being used properly and at the moment there isn't a functioning management committee there."
Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie MSP, a MOJO director since 2011, didn't respond to an STV News interview request.
Governance issues arose in April when volunteer and "head of legal" Euan McIlvride attempted to change the charity's constitution.
Management committee members, including company secretary and director Billy McAllister, blocked the move and called for independent legal advice.
McAllister also raised concerns about whether it would be appropriate to offer paid employment to McIlvride due to a previous conviction for embezzlement while working as a solicitor.
Three new directors were appointed - including Hill's partner Tara Babel - and McAllister was voted out while on holiday.
Grant said after the April meeting "all hell broke loose", adding: "Billy, who has been a director of the organisation and secretary, was summarily dismissed without any consultation [and] the co-project manager Paul McLaughlin was effectively demoted.
"The lottery funding which we'd been promised was stopped. The lottery fund decided to not give us any more money because of the problems we were having within the organisation structurally.
"The Scottish Government have now launched an investigation into how MOJO is being run and none of that was communicated to the management committee - we all learned this from outside sources."
McIlvride told STV News McAllister was removed "entirely in compliance with the relevant legislation" and because of "serious failures and misconduct in the exercise of his roles... and for separate misconduct in the form of bullying and intimidation of staff and volunteers in the organisation".
He added: "It is entirely untrue to suggest, as you appear to do, that Mr McAllister was removed as a result of his raising concerns about myself. My entire history was disclosed to MOJO... in advance of my volunteering with the organisation."
McAllister, who denies the allegations, said: "I think they saw me as the main instigator to getting the concerns raised and they went after me. I have been forced out without any due process and I feel bitter about that because I've given seven or eight years of my time for nothing.
"As a famous football manager once said, there's no man bigger than the club and I think I said that to them - the organisation was bigger than any one person.
"I would like MOJO to return to how it was... an open, democratic and accountable structure."
Grant added: "One of the most ironic things about MOJO is that it was set up to try and provide victims of miscarriage of justice with a voice and yet the way it's been behaving with regard to Billy McAllister and Paul McLaughlin shows that it doesn't actually practise what it preaches because it's denied them justice."
Hill also declined to be interviewed but in a statement said McIlvride "made no secret" of his conviction and called him "honest and reliable".
He added: "As far as our clients are concerned, many have expressed their gratitude for all of Mr McIlvride's efforts in helping them and have confidence in the work he is undertaking on their behalf."
McIlvride was convicted of fraud and embezzlement but some charges were later overturned on appeal.
He said: "Given that I spent a period of time in prison as a result of miscarriage of justice, I personally think that my experience is one which enhances my suitability for the role that I exercise with this organisation."
‘Giving false hope to people'
A campaigner fighting to overturn a high-profile murder conviction has accused MOJO of betraying potential miscarriages of justice victims.
Dr Sandra Lean said it was "really exciting" when MOJO asked to get involved with Luke Mitchell case two years ago.
Mitchell was jailed for the 2003 murder of Jodi Jones, 14, but continues to protest his innocence.
Lean said: "It was really exciting news. It looked like the case was getting picked up again, it looked like there was going to be some real progress here."
However, last month Mitchell's mother Corinne blasted MOJO for "doing nothing" since taking on her son's case and recovered his case files from their office.
Lean told STV News: "Part of the problem was the promises being made were not being kept. The case review itself was something of a farce. There was no central strategy. There was no planned route to how this review was going to take place.
"The idea of having the Luke Mitchell case, this huge case on their books, was good publicity for them."
The campaigners say that the alleged failings may have harmed Mitchell's case.
Lean added: "I was going to say it's a disaster but if they're not doing the work, they're giving false hope to people and that, in the circumstances these people are in, that it shocking, that is dreadful.
"I believe that some real damage has been done. There are a couple of things that should have been acted on very quickly, that were not and in spite of a number of promptings, a number of questions, a number of attempts to get something done, there just didn't seem to be the will to do what needed doing and some of that now means that routes forward that should have been available may no longer be available."
In response, McIlvride said: "We are aware of the criticism recently levelled at us by Mrs Corrine Mitchell.
"We do not consider it justified, but would not propose to rehearse the arguments in the context of what is, essentially, an unwarranted attack on myself, and, worse, the charity, by parties who are motivated to do us harm."
https://stv.tv/news/west-central/1439054-miscarriages-of-justice-charity-stripped-of-lottery-funding/

MOJO
October 26th 2018
“Our colleague Dr Sandra Lean’s book about Luke Mitchell’s case is launched today, you can get your copy by following the link.
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10156842953109250&id=98677679249
 
At the end of October 2018 Sandra Lean was referred to by MOJO as “our colleague” and they were promoting her new book and approx 9 months later she is criticising them?

What has been going on?

Could it have been anything to do with this?

“Surjit Singh Clair, spokesman for the Miscarriages of Justice Organisation (MOJO), described the plans as "awful" and predicted a flood of appeals to Europe by victims of miscarriages of justice.
He said victims of miscarriages of justice were already having large parts of their compensation deducted to pay for the "privilege" of board and living expenses in prison.
https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2006/apr/19/ukcrime.immigrationpolicy


“Barry George, the man acquitted last week of killing presenter Jill Dando, is being represented by freelance publicist Surjit Singh Clair. Singh Clair has also represented the Miscarriages of Justice Organisation.
https://www.prweek.com/article/837937/the-week

Or was it a genuine belief, only realised this year that “they're giving false hope to people and that, in the circumstances these people are in, that it shocking, that is dreadful.
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Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #205 on: July 14, 2019, 06:20:47 PM »
likewise , non ofensive comment askin about shanes testimony was remove.

also same question on james english video was removed

transparent as mud!

Interesting James English is now asking Michelle Diskin Bates to appear on his show

Michelle Diskin Bates 🎀
@Michelle_Diskin
Replying to
@jamesenglish0
Yep, seen it but haven’t had time to look at your links. I’m really up the walls. I’ll get back soon, James. Sorry 😐
9:22 AM · Jul 14, 2019 · Twitter for iPad


Maybe someone should stick this under his nose https://theerrorsthatplaguethemiscarriageofjusticemovement.home.blog/

She’s “up the walls” apparently?

up the wall. Fig. in a very bad situation; very upset or anxious. He's really up the wall about Mary's illness. We were all up the wall until the matter was resolved.

Wonder what “links” she’s referring to?
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Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #206 on: July 14, 2019, 06:42:19 PM »
Interesting James English is now asking Michelle Diskin Bates to appear on his show

Michelle Diskin Bates 🎀
@Michelle_Diskin
Replying to
@jamesenglish0
Yep, seen it but haven’t had time to look at your links. I’m really up the walls. I’ll get back soon, James. Sorry 😐
9:22 AM · Jul 14, 2019 · Twitter for iPad


Maybe someone should stick this under his nose https://theerrorsthatplaguethemiscarriageofjusticemovement.home.blog/

She’s “up the walls” apparently?

up the wall. Fig. in a very bad situation; very upset or anxious. He's really up the wall about Mary's illness. We were all up the wall until the matter was resolved.

Wonder what “links” she’s referring to?

James English
@jamesenglish0
Replying to
@Michelle_Diskin
I sent you an email Michelle 👍🏼
11:23 AM · Jul 13, 2019 · Twitter for iPhone

Michelle Diskin Bates 🎀
@Michelle_Diskin
·
9h
Replying to
@jamesenglish0
Yep, seen it but haven’t had time to look at your links. I’m really up the walls. I’ll get back soon, James. Sorry 😐


James English
@jamesenglish0
·
9h
No problem Michelle, i will get you on my show for a chat and also talk about your new book.


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Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #207 on: July 14, 2019, 07:56:50 PM »
James English
@jamesenglish0
Replying to
@Michelle_Diskin
I sent you an email Michelle 👍🏼
11:23 AM · Jul 13, 2019 · Twitter for iPhone

Michelle Diskin Bates 🎀
@Michelle_Diskin
·
9h
Replying to
@jamesenglish0
Yep, seen it but haven’t had time to look at your links. I’m really up the walls. I’ll get back soon, James. Sorry 😐


James English
@jamesenglish0
·
9h
No problem Michelle, i will get you on my show for a chat and also talk about your new book.


And without MOJO where would they be now? https://www.theguardian.com/media/2002/jul/15/jilldando.television
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Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #208 on: July 15, 2019, 03:24:32 PM »
Interesting James English is now asking Michelle Diskin Bates to appear on his show

Michelle Diskin Bates 🎀
@Michelle_Diskin
Replying to
@jamesenglish0
Yep, seen it but haven’t had time to look at your links. I’m really up the walls. I’ll get back soon, James. Sorry 😐
9:22 AM · Jul 14, 2019 · Twitter for iPad


Maybe someone should stick this under his nose https://theerrorsthatplaguethemiscarriageofjusticemovement.home.blog/

She’s “up the walls” apparently?

up the wall. Fig. in a very bad situation; very upset or anxious. He's really up the wall about Mary's illness. We were all up the wall until the matter was resolved.

Wonder what “links” she’s referring to?
“In a recent series of email correspondence to Jon Robins who runs The Justice Gap, Stephanie Hall asked:
“What Lessons, if any, have been Learned following Simon Hall’s Confession in 2013.
Jon Robins was given the opportunity to reply and make comment but no response was forthcoming. An email sent on the 10th May 2019 has been reproduced below:


Kim Evans Stainsby FRSA
@SistahInLaw
 · 7h
Please join me in congratulating @JusticeGap Dr. Jon Robins who has been awarded a PhD in Miscarriages of Justice (since 1997). An important voice in an oftentimes lonely discussion.
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Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell Theories
« Reply #209 on: July 15, 2019, 04:09:07 PM »
“In a recent series of email correspondence to Jon Robins who runs The Justice Gap, Stephanie Hall asked:
“What Lessons, if any, have been Learned following Simon Hall’s Confession in 2013.
Jon Robins was given the opportunity to reply and make comment but no response was forthcoming. An email sent on the 10th May 2019 has been reproduced below:


Kim Evans Stainsby FRSA
@SistahInLaw
 · 7h
Please join me in congratulating @JusticeGap Dr. Jon Robins who has been awarded a PhD in Miscarriages of Justice (since 1997). An important voice in an oftentimes lonely discussion.


leading lights in the miscarriages world” (ie: David Jessel, Campbell Malone, Michael Mansfield)

DAVID JESSEL says: September 9, 2013 at 9:22 am
My CCRC friends tell me that this just shows how ‘unsafety’ rather than innocence should be the criterion. I’ve never bought that. Such a view simply entrenches that bloodless tendency which reduces injustice to the formulaic, tick box exercise so comfortable for lawyers (one extremely grand lawyer believed the CCRC should be ‘the anteroom to the Court of Appeal’) I wanted to refer Simon Hall because I believed (wrongly) that he didn’t do it. I know it’s not very lawyerly, but I’m rather less interested in giving the guilty a get-out-of-jail-free card.

Ralph was the first investigations adviser at the CCRC”

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=Ly-7BAAAQBAJ&pg=PA236&lpg=PA236&dq=jon+robins+miscarriages+of+justice+thesis&source=bl&ots=0KerOM9Qkj&sig=ACfU3U3i7tBDel_iI8cHq-TNOkq7EVdVlQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiH2qTombfjAhWHLsAKHbenBgo4ChDoATALegQICRAB#v=onepage&q=jon%20robins%20miscarriages%20of%20justice%20thesis&f=false
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