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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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Pippa Jones Dec 13
You're most welcome. I watched the programme about your nana and fully support
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Angie Sharp Sep 21
Thinking of you and @neilgill_invest today.
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Erin-Kate Mcilravey Jun 4
Convicted Murderers shld not be rehabilitated if they still refuse to tell the family where/what they done with body! Outrageous
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Sammy Sam Nov 14
That’s my hope
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Sammy Sam Nov 12
Absolutely.... completely relieved that sense and public safety has been in the fore behind this decision. had completely made a huge error of judgement.
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Victims’ Commissioner for London 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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MariePipPip Jul 16
Mark you do a wonderful job and make a big difference to the families of victims and survivors of Murder. I am a big supporter of and her campaign for . Thank you for highlighting that case You do wonders for people Thanks!!
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April Jones Army 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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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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🤱 💍 Claire 💍 🤱 Mar 28
Words can't describe this lady. We need a big push for do not let convicted murderers who know, but don't disclose where their victims body is walk the streets. They need to remain inside, not safe on the streets with no morale compass at all
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Radio City News Apr 18
Our reporter is outside 10 Downing Street where Marie Mccourt has handed over a petition ahead of a meeting with the Justice Secretary as she continues her bid to have the law amended regarding killers who don't give up their victims location
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Take a Break Nov 22
Today, we met with MP to continue our campaign for . Read all about the much-needed law change, how you can help and our time with Conor in an upcoming mag. Click on the link below for more details.
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L B Jul 27
It only takes couple of seconds to sign this petition!
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Emma Rankin Wilson Jul 6
Hey Britons I know you have a ton on your plate with the whole thing. But if you have a minute can you please consider signing thanks for bringing this to the international community
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Sue Murphy Jul 29
Fabulous St Helens residents supporting
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April Jones Army May 18
: Should a killer walk free if he's never disclosed the whereabouts of his victim's body? Helen McCourt was murdered in 1988 and her killer could walk free any day, despite refusing to give up the whereabouts of... Follow:
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The Mystery Man Mar 28
Thank you for making me aware of this excellent proposed change to the law
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April Jones Army 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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Angie Sharp Oct 5
@neilgill_invest i don't understand what the passage of time has to do with it when a) his story has constantly changed and b) Carole still hasn't been found
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