Cathy Molloy our Co-Project Manager, as some of you may know has been taken into hospital after suffering a stroke. She is doing well and has been moved to the Stroke Rehabilitation ward at Stobhill Hospital in Glasgow. If anyone wants to send her cards, or flowers (She said don’t waste your money on flowers make a donation to MOJO in her name instead) then please can you do this through the office. MOJO 121-127 Saltmarket Glasgow G1 5LF. Thanks to everyone who has already sent messages of support. Everyone here at MOJO hope to have her back fighting fit and fighting injustice as soon as she is able.
The Independent has today published an article which, whilst dealing with English law, highlights a major weakness in how we do justice in Scotland also. The article, which we publish below, draws attention to the appalling consequences of a failed experiment introduced by section 225 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 (with effect from 2005) by the […]
The Telegraph of 11 September carried a shocking story exposing the failure of the criminal justice system in England and Wales to compensate victims of miscarriage of justice. The system in Scotland is scarcely better. Although the tests applied in Scotland are marginally less restrictive, both systems are founded in a piece of legislation, section […]
THOUSANDS OF INNOCENTS SPEND ANOTHER CHRISTMAS IN PRISON: In this season of goodwill spare a thought for the thousands of innocent people across the world who spend another Xmas in prison. Also the thousands of people who have been exonerated, whose lives have been destroyed and who have not received compensation. Say I’m Innocent continues […]