Fight to prove innocence continues after victim’s death

A very local case, from Leeds, is back in the news. Tony Stock was – by all accounts – wrongly convicted of a nasty armed robbery in Leeds in 1970. He protested his innocence for four decades, to no avail. He has now passed away, but his fight is continuing. Tony Stock had a total of four appeals, but none were successful. Lawyers are still fighting to get back to the court of appeal for a record fifth time, to at last, get justice. Read more here….

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One man’s struggle to clear his name… and the fight for justice that will not die

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