Died in prison still protesting his innocence (Jimmy Ingram, 2010)

"Bedford Jail Cell" by M T Hawley, found on flickr and used under Creative Commons

MOJUK sent out the following message: Jimmy had been suffering from cancer for a long time and was transferred from HMP Maidstone to Kings College Hospital Camberwell on the 19 March 2010 and passed away on 8 April 2010.

MOJUK had been in regular contact with Jimmy over the years. He hated the system and supported without fail all prison protests. He was a prolific letter writer to other prisoners. A long time friend of Clare Barstow (still doing time, still protesting her innocence), they got married some years back.

Will be sadly missed by all who knew him for his resolute battle against the system.
For more information on his case, go to

About INNOCENT (134 Articles)
Challenging miscarriages of justice since 1993.

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