UK’s Biggest Miscarriage of Justice.
“A group of former sub-postmasters and sub-postmistresses have seen their names cleared at the Court of Appeal in the UK’s most widespread miscarriage of justice” (BBC 23rd April 2021)
Computers blamed for this debacle – IT WAS NOT COMPUTERS IT WAS PEOPLE. IN THIS CASE THE INVESTIGATORS NAIVETY AND INCOMPETENCE.
IG CEO, Ian Hynes, observed:
“Poor investigation costs lives, careers, and reputations”. A mantra repeated weekly by the team here at Intersol Global. This scandalous miscarriage of justice resulted from totally inept investigation and ticked every box, costing lives, ruining careers, destroying reputations.
In context the £ multi-million costs become irrelevant but serve to underscore the ‘invest to save’ business model we advocate”. I challenge the reader to name another profession that has the capacity to be so catastrophic that remains totally unregulated. The suffering of these people is unimaginable. The reporting speaks for itself.
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Link to full BBC article here: