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Offline Nicholas

Re: Is Luke Mitchell guilty - your views
« Reply #1050 on: December 16, 2019, 12:05:01 PM »
It’s started

In response to Lithium

Simon Hall admitted his guilt and subsequently took his own life over it, and Sandra still refuses to admit she was wrong.”

Sandra Lean states here: http://jeremybamberforum.co.uk/index.php/topic,551.msg452332.html#msg452332
Wrong again! The details of the confession were never made public. It was never revealed whether Simon Hall had legal representation when making the confession. It was never revealed whether he had been assessed by a psychiatrist or psychologist or what his mental state was in the lead up to the confession - was he in sound mind, fully aware of what he was saying/doing? I can see no reason why those details were not publicly known -- they should have been, in order to confirm that the confession actually fitted the details of the crime and that he was not, for example, suffering some sort of mental breakdown and just saying anything.

Once again, I'm searching for the truth. If the confession contains details that all fit with the crime and it can be shown that he was in sound mind and was fully aware of what he was saying and doing, then it would be reasonable to accept that he did, in fact, commit the murder and managed to conceal that fact for all those years, aided by a bungled police investigation which brought a case lacking the necessary elements of proof (even Keir Starmer admitted that, without the fibre evidence, "the case disappears.")


The above by Sandra Lean has been moved and can now be found here http://jeremybamberforum.co.uk/index.php/topic,9986.msg452332.html#msg452332
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Offline Nicholas

Re: Is Luke Mitchell guilty - your views
« Reply #1051 on: November 26, 2020, 03:02:07 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

Interestingly one of Sandra Lean’s twitter accounts @LongRdtoJustice here https://mobile.twitter.com/LongRdtoJustice/with_replies

LongRoadtoJustice
@LongRdtoJustice
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Oct 26, 2018
Launching today, my new book #InnocentsBetrayed – the truth about the conviction of Luke Mitchell for the murder of Jodi Jones. Profits from the book to help set up a new organisation #LongRoadtoJustice to help the fight against injustice in this country.
http://longroadtojustice.com

Was ‘following’ 3 and had 1 ‘follower’

The 1 ‘follower’ was Michelle Nicolson a convicted murderer - found guilty of killing her father Keith Nicolson

The facts of the case were as follows. The deceased Keith Nicholson was the father of the applicant. He was addicted to drugs and alcohol. His son (the applicant’s brother) under the influence of his father had himself abused and become addicted to drugs. The trial judge was of the view that the motive for the murder was a desire by the applicant to remove the deceased as a bad influence on his son. The applicant initiated the idea of killing her father. She recruited her co-defendant Smethurst who co-operated in the planning of the offence and in the killing itself. At the time of these events he was infatuated with her.

4. In accordance with the plan made by the two defendants, they drove the victim to the North Yorkshire moors, knocked him unconscious with a pickaxe handle, and set him alight with petrol. The applicant’s defence was that, despite her admitted presence at the time of the offence, she took no part in it, and/or was suffering from acute stress disorder. The partial defences of diminished responsibility and provocation were relied upon. The jury rejected these defences.

https://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20110204013215/http://www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk/cms/144_7538.htm
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