The Press Told Me So – By Charlie

  Here is another poem from the Failed Justice falsely accused prison resident poet Charlie… The Press Told Me So – By Charlie Do you feel powerful? Do you feel just? Picked for the crowd Told what you must? It is your duty. Sit there and judge. Your mind made up, Never to budge. Why…


Falsely Accused Questionnaire

Failed Justice UK in conjunction with #metoofalselyaccused, Accused.me, Conviction and Time4Justice UK have collaborated to produce the questionnaire below. This is your opportunity to tell us how being falsely accused has affected you, your family lives, relationships, careers, finances and health. So if you are a relative, friend or you were the person accused we…


Woman awaiting sentencing for making a false rape claim is refused bail

A WOMAN currently awaiting sentence for making a false claim to police that she was raped was refused bail today. Krystal Alana Anderson made a bail application at Belfast Crown Court, which was refused on the grounds she may fail to attend court for her sentencing. Prior to the application being refused, defence barrister Sean…


Former CPS solicitor struck off for expenses conviction

A senior crown prosecutor jailed for falsifying his expenses to claim for phantom journeys to court has been struck off the roll of solicitors. Eoin MacCarthy, a solicitor for 32 years, submitted claims for journeys from his home address in Devon to Bristol Crown Court over a six-and-a-half-year period, the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal heard. In total…


Dear Mr Judge… Poem by Charlie

This poem has been written by Charlie (his pen name) he is currently serving time in prison on a false accusation, you really didn’t need me to explain that the poem speaks for itself, I just had to share it with you. Mr Judge  by Charlie   Dear Mr Judge, How do you sleep? Do…