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107,406. Susan May is a convicted murderess. She’s spent twelve years in some of the toughest prisons in Britain, and rubbed shoulders with the likes of Rose West and Myra Hindley. But should Susan have been in prison in the first place? Or has an innocent woman been convicted of a crime she did not commit? (Murder Cases: May & Miscarriages of Justice: May) Innocent as Charged, Dreamscope TV 2013
107,407. On 11th March 1992 a brutal murder occurred in a picturesque part of the north-west. 89 year old Hilda Marchbank … her house was ransacked and Hilda was brutally beaten, stripped and suffocated. (Murder Cases: May & Miscarriages of Justice: May) ibid.
107,408. Another neighbour had spotted the car earlier that night and gave a detailed description of it to the police as he thought the three men inside were up to no good. (Murder Cases: May & Miscarriages of Justice: May) ibid.
107,409. Susan’s case was sliding away from her: the jury never heard about the eye-witness testimony to the red car and the unidentified footprints and fibres suggesting the presence of a burglar. (Murder cases: May & Miscarriages of Justice: May) ibid.