In June Eddie’s wife, Paula Gilfoyle, who was eight and a half months pregnant, committed suicide by hanging herself in the garage of their home in Upton. The meeting is part of an odyssey that began 16 years ago and will continue until the prisoner, Eddie Gilfoyle, is cleared of a crime he says he. Law: the expert view Eddie Gilfoyle’s case demands immediate action Justice on trial Eddie Gilfoyle free after maintaining innocence for 18 years in jail.
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November 25 Lawyers for Glfoyle Gilfoyle said there was no hope of establishing the truth after he lost his latest attempt to be cleared of murdering his pregnant wife. The Falklands veteran served 18 years in jail, always protesting his innocence. Last year he was refused an appeal by the Criminal Cases Review Commission and sought a judicial review, arguing that its reasoning was misguided.
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Murder or suicide? Eddie Gilfoyle’s 16-year fight to clear his name
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