Monthly Archives: December 2014

MARCH 2014

“Hello friend, I finally had my stress ECG a couple of days ago. This involved me walking on a treadmill whilst hooked up to an electrocardiogram machine. Sounds easy? Well, initially it was. I started at about 2 mph on a slight incline – no problems there. However, every 2 minutes the incline goes up
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May 2014

I know – I’m a bit late but this is my update for May. I had a meeting with my solicitor, Mark Newby, 6 days ago.  We are still on track to submit an application to the CCRC by the beginning of 2015.  He has moved the case forward in a number of areas, some
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OCTOBER 2014

Hello Friend, Have you noticed just how cheesy the songs are that TV adverts are using at the moment? If it’s not some guy with his ukulele dum-de-dum-de-dumming his way through hackneyed rhymes that have been shoehorned in, it’s the slowed-down minimalist cover, with a fragile and ethereal girls voice. The new low point is
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AUGUST 2014

Hello friend, One of the most challenging aspects of prison is dealing with the secrecy. Issues arise, actions are taken, your life is thrown into turmoil but little to no information is forthcoming. All you can do is attempt to ‘join the dots’. Occasionally you get told something that throws all your theories and assumptions
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