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Offline Fact Checker

Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« on: May 19, 2020, 04:30:46 PM »
The Daily Mirror reported on some of the latest evidence to emerge in Mark's case on 14 May 2020, following an investigation by their journalists, who carefully examined freshly obtained documentation from HMRC and other sources. The version that appeared in the newspaper was headlined 'Evidence of my dad's secret life will prove I did not kill him' while their online piece opened with 'Public Schoolboy who murdered dad says 'secret life' evidence proves innocence':



https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/public-schoolboy-who-murdered-dad-22023649

The Mail Online later and the Steeple Times published more details about this and other evidence that has emerged which demonstrates Mark's innocence, 'Law student jailed in 2010 for murder of father plans to clear name' and 'Could Mark Alexander be innocent?':

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8324215/Law-student-jailed-2010-murdering-father-burying-garden-plans-clear-name.html

https://www.thesteepletimes.com/headline-1/mark-alexander-murder-conviction-unsafe/

After 10 years of wrongful imprisonment, we seem to finally be turning a corner. We are appealing to the public for any new information about Sami's death or his past.

Please help us raise awareness about this tragic miscarriage of justice to find further evidence, by sharing or retweeting. Together we can bring his family some justice and peace.
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Offline John

Re: Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2020, 11:55:10 PM »
How exactly can any of this offer evidence of Mark's innocence?

We know that Samuel Alexander (Sami Fahmi El-Kalyoubil) used many different names after moving to the UK from Egypt, foreign nationals often take British names. He might have been a live wire at one time but at the time of his murder he was being looked after by home helps and was in poor health.

In my opinion, the existing evidence in this case does point to Mark Alexander having carried out the murder, most probably in a moment of rage after years of being controlled and manipulated by his father.

The method of his burial is indicative of someone having filled in the grave on a number of occasions. No stranger is ever going to put them-self in such a situation.  The story about the underpinning of the garage wall is a load of codswallop too, it just isn't plausible.
« Last Edit: May 20, 2020, 12:04:42 AM by John »
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Offline Fact Checker

Re: Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« Reply #2 on: May 20, 2020, 10:35:24 AM »
How exactly can any of this offer evidence of Mark's innocence?
So there are quite a few strands to this. In summary, the new evidence demonstrates:

1) That Mark grew up in an environment of extreme privacy in which he was conditioned into maintaining total secrecy for his father and covering his tracks.

2) That Samuel was in the habit of cutting off contact with people, avoiding detection, and evading calls and letters when it suited him. Samuel could be expected to go away for periods of time without telling anyone where he was going.

3) That other possible motives existed for Samuel's murder

4) That alternative suspects exist (and that the jury should have been made aware of this)

The first two points undermine some of the key arguments made at trial that Samuel's disappearance in September 2009 was 'out of character', or that Mark's perceived failure to 'raise the alarm' was motivated by a desire to conceal his death. Instead, we see how Mark's reluctance to involve authorities, or divulge information to third parties like the neighbours, was reasonable in the circumstances. It would have been the last thing Samuel would have wanted Mark to do. With this new context in place, Mark's behaviour has an innocent explanation.

This was the core thrust of the circumstantial evidence used by the prosecution to argue that Samuel died in September. If this is undermined, then their estimate as to his date of death is unreliable. Remember that all the forensic evidence supports Samuel being alive in October, it was only their use of the circumstantial evidence that brought that forward.

More generally, the basic idea that the jury should have all available information in front of them is really important if they are to reach an informed decision. They didn't know about Samuel's secret life, or evasiveness; and they weren't told about alternatives motives and suspects. From their perspective, Mark was the only person in the world who would have any reason to do this, and Samuel's apparent change of behaviour only pointed to his death. They believed this because information was withheld from them. That isn't just problematic, it is unjust.

We know that Samuel Alexander (Sami Fahmi El-Kalyoubi) used many different names after moving to the UK from Egypt, foreign nationals often take British names.

To give you a sense of our current understanding of Samuel's life, this is a breakdown of some of the things we have found so far:

1. Sami Fahmi El-Kalyoubi

July 1988      Purchased 2 Prospect Close, Drayton Parslow, Milton Keynes, MK17 0JB (Land Registry, Title Number BM120148).
Jan 1998      Fraudulently obtained mortgage for 101 Elstree Road, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 7QN.
Sept 1999      Fraudulently obtained mortgage for 42 The Square, Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 1EP.
Nov 2005      Redirection agreement set up with Royal Mail from 42 The Square, Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 1EP.
2006              Aktiv Capital seek to collect debt under this alias from 42 The Square.
May 2006      Registers Fiat Punto, formerly under name of Samuel Alexander, to 6 Bilberry Court, Winchester, S023 8SP (Registration Certificate for OY04 SXU).
Mar 2007      Pursues civil claim in Milton Keynes District Registry Court and Queen’s Bench Division of the High court (Case 6MK00884).
May 2007      Redirection agreement set up with Royal Mail from Flat 6, Bilberry Court, Winchester, SO23 8SP.
Oct 2007      Registers with HMRC for tax purposes.
Jan 2008      Transferred 2 Prospect Close to Samuel Alexander.
April 2010      Inquiries made with SAGA to ensure car.

2. Sami Yacoub

Nov 1987      Registered as Mark's father on his birth certificate, residing at 210 Grasmere Way, Linslade, LU7 2QH.
Nov 1988      Registered at medical practice (41 Connaught Square, London, W2 2HL) with the address 3 Cambridge Court, Sussex Gardens, London, W2 1EX.
March 1989      Putative Mrs Yacoub registered at Norden House Surgery, Avenue Road, Winslow, MK18 3DP using address at 2 Prospect Close, Drayton Parslow, Mk17 0JB.
Oct 1989      Registered on the Aylesbury Vale electoral roll.
Nov 1994      Registered as Mark's father at High Ash CE Combined, Pound Hill, Great Brickhill, MK17 9AS.
Feb 1995      When cautioned for shoplifting, gives this name and address of 6 (rather than No. 2) Prospect Close, Drayton Parslow, MK17 0JB.
March 1995   Registered at The Surgery, 30 Mentmore Road, Linslade, LU7 7NZ using address 2 Prospect Close, Drayton Parslow, MK17 0JB.
April 1998      Registers with HMRC for tax purposes.
Oct 2003      Removed from Aylesbury Vale electoral roll.
Nov 2006      Registers at Dental Practice, 8 – 10 Bourbon Street, Aylesbury, HP20 2RR
May 2010      Letter from 1st Credit Ltd. Collections Officer received at 2 Prospect Close.

3. Sam Jacob

July 1994   Transfers out of medical practice, using address 7 Sandringham Place, Bletchley, MK2 2LW.
April 1995    Registered as Mark's father at Castles County First School using the address 72 Engaine Drive, Shenley Church End, MK5 6BE.
Oct 2003   Applied to Aylesbury Vale District Council for permission to fell trees at 2 Prospect Close.

4. Karl Jacob

Sept 1995    Registered as Mark's father at Alex Campbell County Middle School using the address 34 Great Denson, Eaglestone, MK6 5AU, and naming his putative ‘wife’ Mrs S. Jacob.
July 1996   Registered at Fishermead Medical Centre, Milton Keynes, MK6 2LR with the address 34 Great Denson, Eaglestone, MK6 5AU.

5. Samuel Alexander

Dec 2000      Opened Nationwide Building Society account.
Oct 2001      Registers Mark at medical practice (The Surgery, Valley Green, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 7RJ) using address 101, Elstree Road, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 7QN.
Aug 2005      Registered on the Aylesbury Vale electoral roll.
May 2006      Transfers ownership of Fiat Punto from 2 Prospect Close to Samuel El-Kalyoubi at 6 Bilberry Court, Winchester, S023 8SP.
June 2007      Registers with HMRC for tax purposes.
Jan 2008      Receives ownership of 2 Prospect Close from Samuel El-Kalyoubi.

6. Samuel Kaloubi / Kalyoubi

Sept 1995   Listed by Milton Keynes NHS Trust as alias under address 32 Columba Drive, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 3YN.
Financially connected to Samuel Alexander on Experian credit report. 

7. Michael Boshra

Aug 1998      Orders a new central heating system from Homebase.

8. Simon Wahba
 
May 1998      Books Mark (now known as ‘Andrew’) in for a hospital appointment, under address 3 Chapterhouse Road, Luton, LU3 2JG.

9. Basil Demetrius

June 1999   Registered Mark (now known as ‘Alex’) at Medical practice (Masonic House Surgery, 26 High Street, Buckingham, MK18 1NU)  under address Flat 3, 31 West Street, Buckingham, MK18 1HE.
June 1999   Registered with medical practice (Verney House, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury, HP19 3ET) using address 5 Pond Close, Newton Longville, MK17 0BY.

10. Sam Heller

Sept 1995   Whalley Drive Clinic note Samuel also known by name of Heller.

11. Carlos Fernandez

Nov 1994      Transfers out of medical practice using address 29 Whiteley Crescent, Bletchley, MK3 5DQ.
Aug 1995      Buckinghamshire Child Protection Team note Samuel also known by name of Fernandez.

He might have been a live wire at one time but at the time of his murder he was being looked after by home helps and was in poor health.

I wouldn't overstate this, the Judge himself recognised that Samuel had made a reasonable recovery by 2009, and their is some doubt as to the nature of the work that these employees were actually being paid to do.

The method of his burial is indicative of someone having filled in the grave on a number of occasions. No stranger is ever going to put them-self in such a situation.

This is actually a really important observation. The idea that Mark was responsible would have required him to excavate the site in a stop-start fashion over the course of 2 months, between 5 September and 31 October, returning to the crime scene on multiple occasions. This would have been an extraordinarily risky and reckless thing to do. He would have had to avoid being caught on each visit, clean himself up before each return to London, presumably exhausted for the evening ahead, all while running the risk of the body being discovered. The jury never considered the plausibility of such a scenario, and it is markedly inconsistent with the evidence given by Forensic Archaeologist Dr Stephen Litherland on behalf of the Crown, that "the grave was probably not open for a long time before the first layer of [mortar] was poured as there was little evidence of weathering of the sides of the grave or of any wind blow detritus (such as leaves) in its base".

All of this makes the point that this could not have been the act of a single person, let alone an inexperienced one like Mark.
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Offline John

Re: Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« Reply #3 on: May 20, 2020, 12:51:04 PM »
Thank you for that information, I'm genuinely interest in this case so I will take some time later today to respond fully.
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Offline Nicholas

Re: Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« Reply #4 on: May 20, 2020, 01:06:12 PM »
Thank you for that information, I'm genuinely interest in this case so I will take some time later today to respond fully.

Strongly suspect innocent fraud in this case

Can’t see how Mark Alexander would have been immune to his fathers lifestyle and various aliases

Mark grew up in an environment of extreme privacy in which he was conditioned into maintaining total secrecy for his father and covering his tracks’ - and he attempted to imitate this when he murdered his father

« Last Edit: May 20, 2020, 01:21:34 PM by Nicholas »
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Offline Daisy

Re: Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« Reply #5 on: May 20, 2020, 01:19:36 PM »
Strongly suspect innocent fraud in this case

Can’t see how Mark Alexander would have been immune to his fathers lifestyle and various aliases

For goodness sake give the man a chance to prove his innocence.  Another case has just been referred to the Court of Appeal.  Gary Walker was refused twice by the CCRC  and issued a judicial review of their decision.  They had to backtrack and look again at the new evidence.  You don’t know all the information in Mark’s case so stop judging. It has no effect on your life.

Offline Nicholas

Re: Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« Reply #6 on: May 20, 2020, 01:22:18 PM »
For goodness sake give the man a chance to prove his innocence.

He’s not innocent Daisy
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Offline Nicholas

Re: Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« Reply #7 on: May 20, 2020, 01:28:12 PM »
Another case has just been referred to the Court of Appeal.  Gary Walker was refused twice by the CCRC  and issued a judicial review of their decision.  They had to backtrack and look again at the new evidence.

HOW DID OUR GIRL'S KILLER GET JOB AS COP?

”THE parents of a pregnant mum-of-three who was beaten to death by her policeman lover have spoken for the first time of their devastating loss.

John and Margaret Bailey are demanding a full inquiry into how Gary Walker got a job as a PC with Avon and Somerset Constabulary before he killed their daughter Audra Bancroft, 36.

The cop had previously been sacked by Staffordshire Police following a violent brawl outside a Derby nightclub - but references to his new force were not properly checked.

Evil Walker, 40, was jailed for life at Stafford Crown Court last week after a court heard how he fatally strangled and punched Audra at the home they shared in Branston, Staffordshire.

She was pregnant with their child but was planning an abortion.

Last night her parents, also from Branston, called for an inquiry into how Walker managed to get another police job.

Mr Bailey, 60, said: 'If Avon and Somerset had done their job properly and found out that Walker was a liar, he could have been jailed andAudra would be alive today.

'He had such a hold over her. She was a strong character but he completely manipulated and cut her off from her family who loved her.

'He was a man in uniform and she trusted him. If you can't trust a policeman then who are you supposed to trust?'

Walker, who must serve 13 years before being considered for parole, killed Audra last December.

A pathologist's report found 26 areas of bruising on her body, a fractured nose and brain damage.

The pair were seen rowing outside their house the night Audra died after she had visited the home of her childhood sweetheart and ex-husband, Andrew Bancroft, and their three children, aged 12, 10 and eight.

The pair had divorced after she began a relationship with Walker, after they met in a pub.

Mr Bailey, a software engineer, said: 'She was elated when she first met Walker and thought he was absolutely wonderful. He was a man in uniform and she was bowled over.

'They weren't together for long before he was dismissed from Staffordshire Police after being involved in a brawl at a nightclub in Derby while he was off-duty.

'He then got a job as a security guard in London and told Audra he was earning pounds 5,000 a week as a bodyguard to oil sheikhs.

'We were a bit suspicious about this but Audraseemed to be happy with him. 'As she was a grown woman with three children of her own, we didn't like to interfere.

'Margaret then heard that Walker had beaten upa previous girlfriend, who was also a police officer, who he been living with and planned to marry.

'Her father, who was a senior police officer, had to take a restraining order out against him to stop him harming her any further. 'We became very worried but she seemed happy. We feared that if we told her about his past it might turn her against us.

'The last time Margaret sawAudrawason Father's Day last year. She came to our house with her arm in a sling. She had a broken wrist and a black eye. Walker said she had slipped in a pub.

'She hadgonefromweighing12stone to eight stone but still seemed jolly enough.

'Then, in August I received three alarming text messages from her while I was working in Chester.

'The first read: 'Dad help me please'. The next was 'I'm so sorry, please please help me'. A third one was similar.

'I tried to call her straight back but I couldn't get through. When I returned homeaweek later I wentround to see her but she insisted that everything was fine.

'She did contact us several times after she had had a few drinks and was feeling emotional, but always insisted yjay everything was fine when she had sobered up.

'In September she rang me and said that she had made a terrible mistake by leaving Andrew for Walker. She said meetinghimwas the worst thing shehad done in her life.

We told her whatwehad heard about Walker and she challenged him about it when he returned home. She then rang us again and said that he had left her.

'I went round to see her and we spent three hours talking. She told me she was pregnant and that she planned to have an abortion.

'We offered to buy her a house where she could stay with her children and said we would cancel our holiday to help her get through this but she refused our help and said she could cope.

'But Walkerwas so manipulative that when we returned from our trip they were back together again.

'He is completely sick. Since she died we have heard more details from her children of the horrendous domestic violence she was subjected to.

The family now wants a full inquiry into how Walker landed a job with Avon and Somerset.

Mr Bailey said: 'Walker actually used me as a reference and his references were never checked properly.

'His violent behaviour should have been noticed by Avon and Somerset before this. He should never have been allowed to get another police job with another force.'

Inspector Adrian Goldie, from Avon and Somerset Constabulary, said: 'Walker was required to resign from the force last December. No further comment can be made at this stage.'

https://www.thefreelibrary.com/HOW+DID+OUR+GIRL%27S+KILLER+GET+JOB+AS+COP%3F+Parents+of+murdered+mum...-a0123564634
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Offline Nicholas

Re: Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« Reply #8 on: May 20, 2020, 01:35:40 PM »
Another case has just been referred to the Court of Appeal.  Gary Walker was refused twice by the CCRC  and issued a judicial review of their decision.

The CCRC aren’t fit for purpose Daisy

Innocence fraud is rife in the UK
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Offline Fact Checker

Re: Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« Reply #9 on: May 20, 2020, 02:28:27 PM »
The CCRC aren’t fit for purpose Daisy. Innocence fraud is rife in the UK

I've no doubt that is sadly true, but how do you diagnose them without running the risk of wrongly labelling hundreds of genuine cases? I'm concerned that you have got the wrong impression of Mark's case from the start and are so prejudiced in your own mind now that you can't make an objective assessment, whatever evidence someone shows you. Please take care not to falsely accuse more men and women like this, it's not fair on them or their families who are all working so hard to get to the truth, and have been fighting false accusation for years as it is.
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Offline Nicholas

Re: Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« Reply #10 on: May 20, 2020, 04:05:17 PM »
HOW DID OUR GIRL'S KILLER GET JOB AS COP?

”THE parents of a pregnant mum-of-three who was beaten to death by her policeman lover have spoken for the first time of their devastating loss.

John and Margaret Bailey are demanding a full inquiry into how Gary Walker got a job as a PC with Avon and Somerset Constabulary before he killed their daughter Audra Bancroft, 36.

The cop had previously been sacked by Staffordshire Police following a violent brawl outside a Derby nightclub - but references to his new force were not properly checked.

Evil Walker, 40, was jailed for life at Stafford Crown Court last week after a court heard how he fatally strangled and punched Audra at the home they shared in Branston, Staffordshire.

She was pregnant with their child but was planning an abortion.

Last night her parents, also from Branston, called for an inquiry into how Walker managed to get another police job.

Mr Bailey, 60, said: 'If Avon and Somerset had done their job properly and found out that Walker was a liar, he could have been jailed andAudra would be alive today.

'He had such a hold over her. She was a strong character but he completely manipulated and cut her off from her family who loved her.

'He was a man in uniform and she trusted him. If you can't trust a policeman then who are you supposed to trust?'

Walker, who must serve 13 years before being considered for parole, killed Audra last December.

A pathologist's report found 26 areas of bruising on her body, a fractured nose and brain damage.

The pair were seen rowing outside their house the night Audra died after she had visited the home of her childhood sweetheart and ex-husband, Andrew Bancroft, and their three children, aged 12, 10 and eight.

The pair had divorced after she began a relationship with Walker, after they met in a pub.

Mr Bailey, a software engineer, said: 'She was elated when she first met Walker and thought he was absolutely wonderful. He was a man in uniform and she was bowled over.

'They weren't together for long before he was dismissed from Staffordshire Police after being involved in a brawl at a nightclub in Derby while he was off-duty.

'He then got a job as a security guard in London and told Audra he was earning pounds 5,000 a week as a bodyguard to oil sheikhs.

'We were a bit suspicious about this but Audraseemed to be happy with him. 'As she was a grown woman with three children of her own, we didn't like to interfere.

'Margaret then heard that Walker had beaten upa previous girlfriend, who was also a police officer, who he been living with and planned to marry.

'Her father, who was a senior police officer, had to take a restraining order out against him to stop him harming her any further. 'We became very worried but she seemed happy. We feared that if we told her about his past it might turn her against us.

'The last time Margaret sawAudrawason Father's Day last year. She came to our house with her arm in a sling. She had a broken wrist and a black eye. Walker said she had slipped in a pub.

'She hadgonefromweighing12stone to eight stone but still seemed jolly enough.

'Then, in August I received three alarming text messages from her while I was working in Chester.

'The first read: 'Dad help me please'. The next was 'I'm so sorry, please please help me'. A third one was similar.

'I tried to call her straight back but I couldn't get through. When I returned homeaweek later I wentround to see her but she insisted that everything was fine.

'She did contact us several times after she had had a few drinks and was feeling emotional, but always insisted yjay everything was fine when she had sobered up.

'In September she rang me and said that she had made a terrible mistake by leaving Andrew for Walker. She said meetinghimwas the worst thing shehad done in her life.

We told her whatwehad heard about Walker and she challenged him about it when he returned home. She then rang us again and said that he had left her.

'I went round to see her and we spent three hours talking. She told me she was pregnant and that she planned to have an abortion.

'We offered to buy her a house where she could stay with her children and said we would cancel our holiday to help her get through this but she refused our help and said she could cope.

'But Walkerwas so manipulative that when we returned from our trip they were back together again.

'He is completely sick. Since she died we have heard more details from her children of the horrendous domestic violence she was subjected to.

The family now wants a full inquiry into how Walker landed a job with Avon and Somerset.

Mr Bailey said: 'Walker actually used me as a reference and his references were never checked properly.

'His violent behaviour should have been noticed by Avon and Somerset before this. He should never have been allowed to get another police job with another force.'

Inspector Adrian Goldie, from Avon and Somerset Constabulary, said: 'Walker was required to resign from the force last December. No further comment can be made at this stage.'

https://www.thefreelibrary.com/HOW+DID+OUR+GIRL%27S+KILLER+GET+JOB+AS+COP%3F+Parents+of+murdered+mum...-a0123564634

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Offline Nicholas

Re: Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« Reply #11 on: May 20, 2020, 06:26:16 PM »
Gary Walker was refused twice by the CCRC  and issued a judicial review of their decision.  They had to backtrack and look again at the new evidence.

What are your views on abusive and violent men like Gary Walker Daisy?

Are you familiar with the case and what this man did to Audra Bancroft or are you more interested in the CCRC having to ‘backtrack’ following a JR, as you claim ?


Senior investigating officer, Chief Inspector David Garrett, said: 'This was a difficult case to investigate because of the different stories Walker told to detectives investigating the murder.

'He had tried to cover his tracks of what he had done. Before Audra was taken to hospital, he had washed the clothes they had both worn that night. A suitcase lay open on the bed. And, when the ambulance had arrived at the house, he ran to Andrew Bancroft's house, Audra's ex-husband, accusing him of beating her up.

'The tragic loss of a young mother is almost unbearable for her family to have to cope with.'

https://www.thefreelibrary.com/Ex-policeman+is+guilty+of+killing+his+pregnant+lover%3B+We+have+lost+a...-a0123529993
« Last Edit: May 20, 2020, 06:33:25 PM by Nicholas »
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Offline John

Re: Recent Press Coverage of Campaign
« Reply #12 on: June 04, 2020, 03:18:37 PM »
I've no doubt that is sadly true, but how do you diagnose them without running the risk of wrongly labelling hundreds of genuine cases? I'm concerned that you have got the wrong impression of Mark's case from the start and are so prejudiced in your own mind now that you can't make an objective assessment, whatever evidence someone shows you. Please take care not to falsely accuse more men and women like this, it's not fair on them or their families who are all working so hard to get to the truth, and have been fighting false accusation for years as it is.

Nicholas is well aware of the broken justice system in this country and how many attempt to take advantage of its failings for their own ends.
A malicious prosecution for a crime which never existed and an exposé of egregious malfeasance by public officials.
The truth never changes with the passage of time.