Justice For Kevan Thakrar

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Miscarriage of Justice

Miscarriage of Justice

The term miscarriage of justice carries with it the inference of accident but also of death. There is a pressing need to investigate in detail how it has come about that there has been a form of death in this case – the death of justice – and who shall be found responsible.

Criminal Injustice

Bethany Barrett, Professor of Political Science, said it is important to learn about the injustices that plague our criminal justice system today. ” The thing about wrongful convictions that should make it important to everybody is that it can happen to anybody. It is not even about being in the wrong place at the wrong time; you can still be identified as being a perpetrator when you had nothing to do with the case at all…..even if one doesn’t care about injustice in the criminal justice system, just from a self interest perspective, people should care.”

One of the most severe flaws in the criminal justice system is the blind persuit of conviction. There is a culture among prosecutors – a notch-on the-belt approach to prosecution – where the more (people) you send to prison, the higher your status among peers. With that mentality, it is no wonder prosecutors overlook facts that may not support their case.

When Kev’s conviction is assessed as a whole, it is not possible to conclude beyond reasonable doubt that a miscarriage of justice has not occurred.

It is a hallmark of our traditions, and the principle of administration of criminal justice, that an unfair trial cannot produce a safe conviction.

The injustice done to Kev is fairly self-evident and yet his conviction still stands.

If innocent people are convicted the real perpetrators remain free.

 

APPEAL FOR INFORMATION

IF THERE IS ANYONE WHO CAN PROVIDE ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CASE WHICH COULD HELP KEV PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTACT KEV AT;

KEVAN THAKRAR A4907AE, Segregation Unit, HMP  Whitemoor,Longhill Road, March, Cambridgeshire, PE15 0PR

c.bostock@birds.eu.com (solicitors)

 

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Miscarriage of Justice

The term miscarriage of justice carries with it the inference of accident but also of death. There is a pressing need to investigate in detail how it has come about that there has been a form of death in this case – the death of justice – and who shall be found responsible.

Joint Enterprise

Joint Enterprise is a charge used when prosecuting an individual proves difficult or impossible.

Hearsay

Contact Kevan

Kevan Thakrar A4907AE
HMP Wakefield
5 Love Lane
Wakefield
WF2 9AG
www.emailaprisoner.com