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Fitted In: The Cardiff 3 and the Lynette White Inquiry

June 28, 2016 Misc

Fitted In: The Cardiff 3 and the Lynette White Inquiry

Readers of the North Yorks Enquirer are invited to check out the following book publication – Fitted In: The Cardiff 3 and the Lynette White Inquiryby renowned justice campaigner (and occasional NYE guest author) Satish Sekar. Highly recommended.


Reviews of Fitted In: The Cardiff 3 and the Lynette White Inquiry

The Times Literary Supplement

Professor V V Pillay (Indian Forensic Toxicologist)

Dr. Gyan Fernando (Home Office Forensic Pathologist for Devon & Cornwall)

Dr. Ndubuise Eke (Senior Lecturer, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria)

 

Forewords from Fitted In: The Cardiff 3 and the Lynette White Inquiry

Gareth Peirce (Renowned Solicitor)

Michael Mansfield QC (Esteemed Barrister)

 

Preface from Fitted In: The Cardiff 3 and the Lynette White Inquiry

Paul Foot (Award-winning Investigative Journalist)

 

Epilogue from Fitted In: The Cardiff 3 and the Lynette White Inquiry

John Alderson (Former Chief Constable of Devon and Cornwall Police)

 

Appreciations of Fitted In: The Cardiff 3 and the Lynette White Inquiry

Alun Michael (MP, JP at the time and later First Minister of Wales and current Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales)

Peggy Pesticcio (Natural mother of the murder victim Lynette White)

Billy Power (One of the Birmingham Six)

Corin Redgrave (Actor and Producer)

Bob Woffinden (Author, Journalist and Producer)

David Jessel (TV Presenter and former CCRC Commissioner)

David Rose (Former Crime Correspondent of the Observer)

Duncan Campbell (Former Crime Correspondent of the Guardian)

Gerard Elias QC (Lead barrister for Tony Paris)

Heather Mills (Former Social Affairs Correspondent at the Observer)

Lee Jasper (Former Director of the 1990 Trust)

Sir Frederick Lawton (Former Lord Justice)

Roger Backhouse QC (Lead barrister for Yusef Abdullahi)

Yusef Abdullahi (Victim of the miscarriage of justice)

Alwyn Cambrensis (The Most Reverend Archbishop of Wales)

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