Killed for saying sorry

Westminster 23rd March 2011On Wednesday 23rd March inside Westminster, Families fighting for Justice, delivered a work shop with a view to Introduce a new law, that will hopefully tie up the loose ends in the use of Joint Enterprise, that is used at times at random, in certain high profile cases, leaving some victims of homicide families who receive no justice as it was in Andrew Jones case.
The CPS stated in was not in the public Interest to Impose a charge of Joint Enterprise, which allowed the two murderers of Andrew Jones, along with those who not only with held vital evidence but stood by and said nothing,to all walk free. Andrews Law which could be taken to debate in the House, by M.Ps who attended the meeting in Westminster, so they can put to the question of Joint Enterprise, that can only work in certain cases. In the case of Andrew Jones and other similar cases were this Joint Enterprise was not given. Andrews Law would be.No one should walk free when a coroner and a Judge has said the names of all those responsible on the night Andrew was murdered. The campaign to bring Andrews killers back to court will never end. We will win that fight to do so.
We feel that Joint Enterprise is used at random and in high profile cases more so, as it was not,, and should have been used, in the case of Kevin Lavelle. This campaign to bring Kevin Lavells killers to Justice is also on going to bring those responsible back into court with a recommendation of Joint Enterprise. Kevins case holds a £30,000 reward for conviction of those responsible.
Inside Westminster Robert Buckland, Justice Select Committee Barrister has taken the file on Andrew Jones. David Burrows wishes to have the case studies, also in attendance was, Philip Davies MP,James Brokenshaw minister of crime prevention, Stephen Lloyd Mp, Frank Field MP, Stephen Mc Partland, Esther McVey MP who has supported the work of Families fighting for Justice since it began Esther set up the meeting in Westminster.
Also attending Westminster and supporting the group was actor/singer Michael Mckell, his last TV role was Detective Nick Henshaw in the Emmerdale series.
Our work has only just begun on the Introduction to Lobby for the Andrews Law. We will continue to bring Andrew Jones killers to face Justice for his murder, along with those who have with held evidence for these past 7 years.