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Neil Sep 19
Despite my belief and support in I’m now at the stage where I can’t keep saying the same old rhetoric and getting no further forward in finding Carole’s remains. So let Russell Causley go, let’s see what the world has to offer him. I’m ready Russell but are you?
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Conor McGinn MP Oct 8
It’s a year since was debated in Parliament & Marie McCourt is still waiting. Govt should & must act now
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Sammy Sam Dec 13
No body no parole .... my mother deserves better.
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Elanor Gordon May 21
Really important reading, Twitter friends. Please also think of supporting petition too, which would ensure convicted murderers like Causley can't be granted parole, if they haven't revealed the whereabouts of their victim's body - in this case, his wife.
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April Jones Armyღ Sep 4
: NO BODY NO PAROLE '' Losing a loved one is devastating. To lose a loved one to murder is horrific. To be denied their funeral unimaginable. '' - This campaign is against eligibility for parole in cases where a person, conv...
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DC Kim Taylor Jun 4
I support My thoughts are with Helens family and surely the law must change!
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Angie Sharp Apr 11
Hi Sam, i have followed your story since TV series.I desperately hope that one day you can find your Mother and get the answers you need love and strength to you all xx ❤❤
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chloe_flaz Jun 6
Hometown update for you . We’re Nearly there guys! Thank you to everyone who’s got behind this. Keep signing , keep pushing!
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Caroline Lyons Sep 24
I never got to bury my daughter. Her killer shouldn't be freed until I can via
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Angie Sharp Sep 21
Thinking of you and today.
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Neil Apr 15
Thank you for all of the likes & RTs, next week is a busy week for us. is high on my agenda, Causley to have his fifth hearing since 2014 next week. I shall also be meeting with a barrister along with ITV. Please keep an eye on my Twitter over next week - lots going on
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Toby Perkins Apr 19
Was a real pleasure to attend support event. Murderers who prevent their victims families from recovering remains should never be considered for release.
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Conor McGinn MP May 17
I spoke in the House of Commons about the disgraceful decision to grant temporary release to Helen McCourt’s murderer. He should NEVER be freed. The Government must start putting victims first. We need now.
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Sammy Sam Jul 10
I’m sure this was upsetting... we all want a Law love. 🤨 .... where loved ones are murdered and their remains are never found. Decades of upset to victims families. V a photo. Hmphh 😤
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Conor McGinn MP Jun 6
We are making progress on . Changing the parole guidelines is a major step in the right direction. Marie McCourt & I now look forward to hearing detailed proposals from the Govt after yesterday’s positive indications in the House of Commons
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Victims Commissioner May 30
I advised Marie McCourt on her campaign to change the law & know how hard she continues to fight for Why should a murderer be released when he refuses to disclose where the victim’s body is & prevents family from laying their daughter to rest?
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Paul Doward Apr 18
The latest step in Marie Mccourt's battle to have recognised by parliament is underway today
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Conor McGinn MP May 29
The Daily Mail prominently featured the campaign for in the paper today. I’m appealing to the Government to listen to Marie McCourt & put victims first. The law must change to keep Helen’s killer & others like him behind bars
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April Jones Armyღ May 17
update: Helen's killer Ian Simms is being prepared for escorted town visits later this month - followed by unescorted town visits. Marie is urging the Ministry of Justice to intervene. Please continue to support. Thank you Write to your MP✏️
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Caroline Lyons Nov 5
Well done everyone, 100% behind you
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