I hope Iain did not lose any sleep over those he thought were his friends when they abandoned him.
They were not friends worth worrying about but merely Colleagues.
The article is very well written with attention to detail not like some articles we are used to seeing on injustices.
It Highlights the pain and suffering people go through when wrongly accused of anything
To some extent though Iain must have been brainwashed with the system.
I could never believe a police over any of my family.
When at school my youngest came home with a punishment one day, protesting her Innocence, She said to me "But Dad" you must know what it's like being accused of something you never done.
She had struck a deep chord and she has always known of my plight for justice, Nothing has been hidden from any of my children.
I had to agree with her and upon a call to the school, low and behold it was not her fault but the Janitors for not standing at the door long enough and a teachers for keeping them later than normal hence the lateness for the next class and the punishment.
The punishment was cancelled and from then i have learned to trust them first then ask questions.
I hope Iain can find the time he requires to spend with his family and enjoy doing normal family things that he has missed out on because of his dedication to a service that stabbed him in the back.
I equally hope Shirley does not let this effect the rest of her life and she can now go on to lead as near a normal life as possible in the circumstances
God knows what she would have done without the help of her very supportive family.
My heart goes out to all the family and i wish them all the best of health and happiness for the future.
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