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Gerard Conlon

Asked if the Prime Minister was going to publicly apologise to Gerard Conlon, the PMOS said that the Prime Minister had set out his view in a letter to the SDLP last year. In the letter, he recognised there had been a miscarriage of justice and regretted the impact that had on the Conlon family. The Prime Minister was quite happy to repeat that publicly.

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  1. As Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair should apologise for alot of things. However, the miscarriage of justice afforded the Guildford should be uncategorically apologised for. Not only for one of thoise accused, but for all of the people aho were unjustly accused and convicted of the crimes. Also, the apology ahould extend to the families of the victims of the bombings they were accused of. In all honesty, the public probabaly also deserve an apology. It is quite clear that any member of the general public is a target for the miscarriage of justice experienced by these unfortunate people. The fact that innocent people in the UK are still locked up on the flimsiest of evidence proves that we have not progressed in the 32 years since 1974.

    Apologise to Gerard Conlon and the others of the Guildford Four and Maguire Seven. Your court process has ruined their lives.

    Comment by Kris Arendse — 12 Jan 2006 on 6:49 am | Link

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