Justice delayed

E.P. O'Neill

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In 1981, Ray Gilbert was jailed for the murder of a Liverpool bookmaker. Ever since, he has maintained his innocence. His supposed accomplice has been cleared by the court of appeal - and even the victim's father has grave doubts about the conviction. Isn't it time to reopen this case, asks Eamonn O'Neill
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Guardian Newspaper
Publication statusPublished - 28 Aug 2007


  • british law
  • legal system
  • miscarriages of justice
  • journalism


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