On Thursday 28 February 2019 Fairpley/MOJO presented a public reading of the play Paddy Hill: Inside Out by Martin Chomsky & Paddy Hill at the Bungo in Glasgow. The purpose of the event was to showcase the piece with the view to find funding for a full stage production. The reading was well received by the full house in attendance. The performance was followed by a Q&A session with Paddy Hill which you can view here. If you would like more information on the play, or would like to find out about funding or sponsoring the full production then please get in touch.
We reproduce this article by Samuel Osbourne from the Independant 30 May 2019 which following on from leading forensic scientist Angela Gallop comments at the Hay festival cast further doubt about on Forensics and the use of expert witnesses. Mr. Ager has been used in over 20 cases as an expert witness. We can only […]
We reproduce here a worrying piece from the Guardian from 29 May 2019 by Sian Cain about austerity and it’s potential effects on forensic evidence, cognitive bias, and potential miscarriages of justice. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/may/29/police-cuts-could-see-rise-in-miscarriages-of-justice-says-angela-gallop-forensic-expert Angela Gallop says forensic testing has become commoditised due to austerity Sian Cain @siancain Wed 29 May 2019 15.03 BSTFirst published on Wed 29 May […]
Mohammed Ullah a long term client of MOJO is to be removed from the UK and returned to his country of origin Bangladesh. Mohammed was convicted of killing his stepson Kyle in 2004. Mohammed has maintained his innocence since he was convicted and was supported by Kyle’s Mother. We have supported his claim of factual […]