Campaigner to speak at ‘Craigavon Two event
THE mother of an English man jailed under joint enterprise laws spoke on Thursday night August 6th 2015 at an event organised by supporters of two men wrongly convicted of killing RUC/PSNI constable Stephen Carroll.
Jan Cunliffe traveled from England to Belfast to speak at the annual event organised by Justice for the Craigavon Two. Her son Jordan was given a life sentence after he was convicted under joint enterprise laws of murdering a man in Wigan in 2007. Ms Cunliffe is a member of the campaign group Jengba – Joint Enterprise Not Guilty by Association – and her story inspired award-wining filmmaker Jimmy McGovern to make the acclaimed film Common,
Posted on August 12, 2015, in WORTHWHILE CAUSES, Free the Craigavon Two, JUSTICE FOR THE CRAIGAVON TWO, END BRITISH INTERNMENT and tagged Brendan McConville (Yandy), CIRA, Collusion, conspiracy, continuity ira, Craigavon, Craigavon Two, February 1989, Human rights, Jengba, John Finucane, John Paul Wootton (JP), Joint enterperise laws, Joint Enterperise Not Guilty by Association, Loyalist, March 2009, Pat Finucane, PSNI, RUC, security forces, Solicitor, Stephen Carroll, The Irish News. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.