27 May 2009

Justice on Trial

I apologise for not entering any updates on the blog.......I've been 'out of sorts' for a while.  Was diagnosed with breast cancer before Christmas '08 .....had surgery and have just finished a course of chemo' which made me very sick.  However am feeling a little better and recently did an interview with the Guardian newspaper for their great project to highlight Injustice and Miscarriages of Justice - so from today my interview is on line if you go to Guardian on line and look under 'Justice On Trial'.  It is so good of the Guardian to research this awful problem and be willing to highlight many cases.....I appreciate all their efforts and the work done by Eric Allison.

7 Comments:

Blogger Debbi Chelsea said...

I just wanted to write to you and let you know that following a programme I watched recently and the article in the Guardian today, I truly believe you are innocent and hope and wish from my heart that your health continues to improve and that within the shortest space of time your innocence is proved fully.

With the kindest regards and best wishes for a future free from illness, with innocence proven and happiness returning to your heart and mind,

Debbie Richards xxx

10:53 am  
Anonymous Nigel said...

Dear Susan,

Your own problems, both with breast cancer and with the resolution of your case, have put my own recent heart trouble completely in the shade.

But those responsible for falsely accusing you of the murder of your aunt, and for your unjust conviction and imprisonment, have been put to shame! Truly, it's been an honour to know you, Susan.

11:49 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey,

Just read the article on the Guardian website too and background info on the case and all I can say is never lose the strength and keep fighting! It is saddening how they treated this case and how the lives' of everyone involved were affected.

Keep fighting ! x

1:05 pm  
Blogger Alan said...

I just want to echo the comments of, especially, Debbie above.

Alan

8:18 am  
Blogger Richie said...

I read the Guardian piece today.
I just wanted wish you all the best for your health and your fight for justice.
There is not a lot I can do to help you but I have put links to your campaign and blog on my blog so I have spread the word just a little.
Take good care of yourself seetheart and let justice be done!
Richie

9:31 am  
Blogger Lisa said...

I just watched that and it brought tears to my eyes, you didn't deserve what you went through Susan. I hope it will soon be all over for you.
Love Lisa.x

6:23 pm  
Anonymous Amanda Farley said...

God bless you Susan. I wish you a future free from health problems and so hope that justice will prevail in your case - in a way that it has not to date.
I have just watched a documentary regarding your case and am horrified that such a travesty of justice could occur.

Wishing you strength to continue your fight. I have signed the online petition and will ask friends and relatives to look at your site and do the same.

Amanda Farley

9:04 am  

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