Alleged Miscarriages of Justice > Kevin Craigie and the Joint enterprise murder of Kenneth Rothwell in 1990.

Kevin Craigie - Initial Police Interview - 3 June 1990

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whocares:
Even if this guy is guilty he has served his time. There is nothing you can do about that. according to the law its a done deal.  why are you even bothering with this?

Kureshi:

--- Quote from: whocares on September 03, 2012, 12:01:17 AM ---Even if this guy is guilty he has served his time. There is nothing you can do about that. according to the law its a done deal.  why are you even bothering with this?

--- End quote ---

Because she's obsessed. Isn't it obvious?

whocares:

--- Quote from: Kureshi on September 03, 2012, 12:54:46 AM ---
--- Quote from: whocares on September 03, 2012, 12:01:17 AM ---Even if this guy is guilty he has served his time. There is nothing you can do about that. according to the law its a done deal.  why are you even bothering with this?

--- End quote ---

Because she's obsessed. Isn't it obvious?

--- End quote ---

Yes it is obvious that certain people seem to be obsessed over a man whom if indeed guilty, has served his sentence and has been released. Though it looks to me like the people on this forum and other people have decided that this guy is guilty and are encouraging people to contact his work place for what reason?  I am appalled!!

I have followed this discussion for some time  and I feel really uncomfortable with the people commenting on it.

My thoughts are why does the fact this man is appealing a very old case, a case he has served many years in prison for. Why does this bother anyone at all?  His case cannot help other cases unless he wins which is highly unlikely.

Nicholas:

--- Quote from: whocares on September 03, 2012, 01:29:17 AM ---
--- Quote from: Kureshi on September 03, 2012, 12:54:46 AM ---
--- Quote from: whocares on September 03, 2012, 12:01:17 AM ---Even if this guy is guilty he has served his time. There is nothing you can do about that. according to the law its a done deal.  why are you even bothering with this?

--- End quote ---

Because she's obsessed. Isn't it obvious?

--- End quote ---

Yes it is obvious that certain people seem to be obsessed over a man whom if indeed guilty, has served his sentence and has been released. Though it looks to me like the people on this forum and other people have decided that this guy is guilty and are encouraging people to contact his work place for what reason?  I am appalled!!

I have followed this discussion for some time  and I feel really uncomfortable with the people commenting on it.

My thoughts are why does the fact this man is appealing a very old case, a case he has served many years in prison for. Why does this bother anyone at all?  His case cannot help other cases unless he wins which is highly unlikely.

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Kevin Craigie chose to come on this forum to discuss his case. He put the details of his case up for all to see and now when we give our opinion, he isn't very happy.

Some people may think it's okay to go around claiming to be a MOJ but for those of us fighting to get our innocent loved ones out of prison, it is a whole different story.

People like Craigie slow up our appeals system. They use public resources and the courts time which could be better spent on the truly innocent victims of our justice system.

Whocares it's kind of rich when people such as yourselves make comments like this.

For example; Jeremy Bamber has served 27 years in prison yet people are still talking about his case today, many of whom believe he is guilty.  Why then if those people believe he is guilty to they bother wasting their energies banging on about his case and his so called guilt. It doesn't look like he's going anywhere anytime soon.

Whereas Kevin Craigie is out and free to get on with his life but instead of doing this, this vile reptile is continuing to spew his hatred and lies and cause as much carnage along the way as possible.

He has theived from innocent/vulnerable people, defamed people names (myself included), attacked, goaded, stalked, harrassed... how does any of that help...?

The only reason that there is any sort of confusion in his case is because he's yet to tell the truth.

This is evident from reading his statements, which change all the time. One minute he is trying to blame his co-d, the next there appears to be an admission of guilt..

Again you may think it is okay for people to claim innocence but you need to speak to real victims of MOJ and see what they think about people such as these.


Nicholas:

--- Quote from: Kureshi on September 03, 2012, 12:54:46 AM ---
--- Quote from: whocares on September 03, 2012, 12:01:17 AM ---Even if this guy is guilty he has served his time. There is nothing you can do about that. according to the law its a done deal.  why are you even bothering with this?

--- End quote ---

Because she's obsessed. Isn't it obvious?

--- End quote ---

I'm certainly not obsessed with Kevin Craigie! lol...

I am however obsessed with clearing my gorgeous hubby's name - that I will not deny.. However, rather than 'obsession' it is more a case of having to clear my hubby's name. He is innocent and does not belong in prison. The real killers remain at large and justice has not been done.

Until my husband names is cleared and the killers apprehended and behind bars I will continue to fight to clear his name or be 'obsessed' as you call it...

Whilst idiots like Craigie clog up our appeals system I will continue to do what I am doing - that includes exposing the GUILTY!

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