Paul is from Corby, Northamptonshire but now lives in Northern Ireland. His hobbies include films, football, reading… and breaking the law, allegedly.
Follow me on Twitter: @pauljchambers
I read that you have another appeal being heard on Feb 12th. I wish you good luck and the good sense of those who hear it. You must prevail! Since 9/11, so many innocent people here and elsewhere have been criminalised by an Orwelian approach to the administration of our lives. A positive outcome in your case may well throw a chink of light on all this darkness.
Hi Paul, I just want to say ‘well done’. Normally, when I open a newspaper (paper format or online), I have to mentally prepare myself for the onslaught of bad news – the depressing truth about all the bad things that are happening to other people around the world. This evening has been a rare occasion when I’ve actullay been cheered up by reading the day’s events.
Congratulations, and thank you for making us all a little bit safer than we were.
What a waste this has been. Tax-payers’ money, and your career and years of your life. I hope you have managed to find this a constructive and enlightening experience – not a waste. For the rest of us, it has turned out not to be a waste, we are freeer (is that a word?) today than we were yesterday.
Well done and thank you!
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