Author Topic: 10 things the Daily Mail got wrong about the trial of Mark Alexander Mistake#10  (Read 270 times)

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Offline Daisy

Samuel was “barely mobile”, “increasingly frail” and “walked with a stoop”.

This is plainly not true.  As the Honourable Judge Reddihough remarked in sentencing:

“There is clear evidence before the court that by the time of this offence Sami had made a reasonably good recovery from the illness he had suffered.”

Dad had been seen driving, gardening, laying bricks and putting up fence posts over that summer.  One typical witness described how:

“In early September, Mark and Sami came to the depot.  I saw Sami and told him I thought he looked much better.  He thanked me and said that he felt much better, in fact he said ‘a lot, lot better.’ – KS Tool Hire Manager.

Indeed police analysis of dad’s internet activity revealed a long history of browsing adult material, visiting dating sites and using chat rooms.  He had also been exchanging suggestive text messages with women he had met online.  This is the behaviour of someone in their second wind, not a ‘frail’ old man.

My father had been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in March 2007 and underwent surgery on 30th May 2008 to address his condition.  He was bedbound for several months after this, and so I put off plans to move to London that year in order to look after him and nurse him back to health.  It was only once we were both confident that he could look after himself that we contemplated my moving out the following year.  He had a brief blip between 15th and 18th August 2009 when his stoma blocked – but this was quickly resolved by the doctors.  I wouldn’t have left him on his own if I thought he still needed my help.

Of course, this didn’t stop him trying to claim benefits.  As a Serious Case Review explained:

“It appears that (he) misrepresented his health status to Adult Social Care.  It is possible (that he) may have fraudulently secured Direct Payments having given incomplete information about his income.”

Offline John

Samuel was “barely mobile”, “increasingly frail” and “walked with a stoop”.

This is plainly not true.  As the Honourable Judge Reddihough remarked in sentencing:

“There is clear evidence before the court that by the time of this offence Sami had made a reasonably good recovery from the illness he had suffered.”

Dad had been seen driving, gardening, laying bricks and putting up fence posts over that summer.  One typical witness described how:

“In early September, Mark and Sami came to the depot.  I saw Sami and told him I thought he looked much better.  He thanked me and said that he felt much better, in fact he said ‘a lot, lot better.’ – KS Tool Hire Manager.

Indeed police analysis of dad’s internet activity revealed a long history of browsing adult material, visiting dating sites and using chat rooms.  He had also been exchanging suggestive text messages with women he had met online.  This is the behaviour of someone in their second wind, not a ‘frail’ old man.

My father had been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in March 2007 and underwent surgery on 30th May 2008 to address his condition.  He was bedbound for several months after this, and so I put off plans to move to London that year in order to look after him and nurse him back to health.  It was only once we were both confident that he could look after himself that we contemplated my moving out the following year.  He had a brief blip between 15th and 18th August 2009 when his stoma blocked – but this was quickly resolved by the doctors.  I wouldn’t have left him on his own if I thought he still needed my help.

Of course, this didn’t stop him trying to claim benefits.  As a Serious Case Review explained:

“It appears that (he) misrepresented his health status to Adult Social Care.  It is possible (that he) may have fraudulently secured Direct Payments having given incomplete information about his income.”

Thank you for posting those comments Daisy, I will respond to them in due course.
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Offline Nicholas

Samuel was “barely mobile”, “increasingly frail” and “walked with a stoop”.

This is plainly not true.  As the Honourable Judge Reddihough remarked in sentencing:

“There is clear evidence before the court that by the time of this offence Sami had made a reasonably good recovery from the illness he had suffered.”

Dad had been seen driving, gardening, laying bricks and putting up fence posts over that summer.  One typical witness described how:

“In early September, Mark and Sami came to the depot.  I saw Sami and told him I thought he looked much better.  He thanked me and said that he felt much better, in fact he said ‘a lot, lot better.’ – KS Tool Hire Manager.

Indeed police analysis of dad’s internet activity revealed a long history of browsing adult material, visiting dating sites and using chat rooms.  He had also been exchanging suggestive text messages with women he had met online.  This is the behaviour of someone in their second wind, not a ‘frail’ old man.

My father had been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in March 2007 and underwent surgery on 30th May 2008 to address his condition.  He was bedbound for several months after this, and so I put off plans to move to London that year in order to look after him and nurse him back to health.  It was only once we were both confident that he could look after himself that we contemplated my moving out the following year.  He had a brief blip between 15th and 18th August 2009 when his stoma blocked – but this was quickly resolved by the doctors.  I wouldn’t have left him on his own if I thought he still needed my help.

Of course, this didn’t stop him trying to claim benefits.  As a Serious Case Review explained:

“It appears that (he) misrepresented his health status to Adult Social Care.  It is possible (that he) may have fraudulently secured Direct Payments having given incomplete information about his income.”

Though as a family we feel it would be undignified and inappropriate to release the full post mortem analysis, I have already posted a copy of the Home Office Pathologist’s basic findings, as well as the subsequent admission – 4 months later – by the Scenes of Crime Officer who struck my father’s skull with the pneumatic drill

Quite amazing Mark finds it appropriate and dignified to put information of his fathers alleged adult internet searches and online chats with women into the public domain but refuses to release the full post Mortum report suggesting it's innapropriate and undignified



« Last Edit: December 20, 2018, 11:01:53 AM by Nicholas »

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Quite amazing Mark finds it appropriate and dignified to put information of his fathers alleged adult internet searches and online chats with women into the public domain but refuses to release the full post Mortum report suggesting it's innapropriate and undignified

This information was disclosed to the jury at Mark's trial, and parts appeared in the Crown Prosecution Service's printed list of Admissions provided to the jury (attached). Police analysis of Sami's computer revealed that he was a member of sites such as adultfriendfinder.com, and whitelabeldating.com, and regularly frequented AOL chatrooms and escort websites. Incidentally, this is not the kind of behaviour one would associate with a 'frail' or 'bed-bound' individual.

We have to consider Sami's family when sharing previously undisclosed documents to the public, and how releasing the obviously graphic and distressing details contained within the full post-mortem to the public will impact upon them. However, if you can specify what you would like to know, we might be able to help you by posting extracts and answers to particular points.
« Last Edit: January 02, 2019, 03:10:24 PM by Fact Checker »
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