James Hanratty convicted of the A6 Murder. Another example of British injustice. It certainly appears that way.
PKT2228-154416 JAMES HANRATTY 1962 James Hanratty will be escorted from the condemed cell at Bedford Prison today to begin a second fight for his life. “Ginger Jim”, 25 year old convicted killer, will walk 75 paces past cells containing the jail’s 178 other prisoners, to a distempered interview room. Across a scrubbed oak table he will confer with the members os his legal team who are considering an appeal against his death sentence. Waiting for the report on the prison talks will be Michael Serrard, 34, the defence counsel who almost collapsed in the stuffy, over crowded Shire Hall court room on Saturday night when the 11 man jury pronounced their verdict.
JAMES HANRATTY PETER ALPHONS
In the afternoon of a dull August day in the year of 1961 a strange event took place just outside of London in Bedfordshire countryside. A scientist was shot dead in the head.His young mistress raped and shot 5 times but survived to give witness details that may have hanged the wrong man.
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We must look at the facts around the death of this sad King. We can and will look closely at all things related in our search for what really happened to the ex King who handed his crown to his able son and vanished off that stage we view.
Enough said let us go forth together yet again. You see this story is a mystery too. We seem to be drawn into a good riddle more easily than most subjects. Me too. So here we are at stage set. Barclay Castle an ancient family seat in England.
Here, after our subject for today we find him playing chess with Lord Barclay his host. History claims Barclay was indeed his jailer but nothing can be further from the truth. Continue reading “King Edward 11 and the case of the empty tomb”