Friday, 11 January 2013

25 more people signed: myra Watson, Alison Knight…

25 people recently add their names to andy lowe's petition "FREE COLIN NOW". That means more than 500 people have signed on.

There are now 275 signatures on this petition. Read reasons why people are signing, and respond to andy lowe by clicking here:

Dear The Justice System (FREE COLIN NORRIS),

Please note although you are asked for your address this is kept private and does not get posted out .. I just signed the following petition addressed to: The Justice System. ---------------- FREE COLIN NORRIS TO FREE AN INNOCENT MAN ---------------- Sincerely, louise shorter I produced the BBC documentary about Colin's case and believe strongly that he is entirely innocent. I hope the CCRC will hasten their review of the new expert evidence and refer Colin's case to the Court of Appeal. I'd be happy to provide further information. or call me 07528 44 33 35


251. myra Watson Murcia, Spain
252. Alison Knight Southampton, United Kingdom
253. Joe-Anne Neeson glasgow, United Kingdom
254. Richard Gomer Southampton, United Kingdom
255. Peter Gordon Longniddry, United Kingdom
256. Kavita Bhardwaj Glasgow, United Kingdom
257. Sumati Bhardwaj Glasgow, United Kingdom
258. Sumati Bhardwaj glasgow, United Kingdom
259. Mikela Payne Glasgow, United Kingdom
260. damien brest , France
261. Jan Lezar Glasgow, United Kingdom
262. gary white northampton, United Kingdom
263. Boyd Steele Glasgow, United Kingdom
264. tadeusz lerchenfeld gdynia, Poland
265. Joose Lahdenpää Nurmijärvi, Finland
266. Louise Llewellyn Sawbridgeworth, United Kingdom
267. Chloe Orr Glasgow, United Kingdom
268. Magnus Berg-Hansen Oslo, Norway
269. Lauren Lee london, United Kingdom
270. Sonia Soros Budapest, Hungary
271. Shu Flo Deva, Romania
272. Col McShannon Perthshire, United Kingdom
273. Stephen Temple Leeds, United Kingdom
274. debbie oldham glasgow, United Kingdom
275. Jonathan Myers Wakefield, United Kingdom

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