A short film about Kevin Lane's miscarriage of justice, Produced by Legacy Corporation Ltd
Kevin Lane has served 15 years for a brutal murder for which he has always protested his innocence. Duncan Campbell outlines the compelling reasons to reopen the case. The Guardian.
Another miscarriage of justice. Directed by Kevin Horner.
Justice For Kevin Lane March in London, Interview with Ray Burdis
"For any crime buff and those that have an interest in a book that shows the flaws within our judicial system, this is one to look for" GHQ
"This is without question a highly recommend Book!" GHQ
Steve Wraith talks to Kevin Lane about his life and times and his book 'Fitted Up And Fighting Back.'
After a man running protection rackets dies from a shotgun blast, a corrupt detective frames Kevin. Incarcerated for life, he writes a book that he hopes will lead to his conviction being overturned.
What if you were jailed for a crime you didn't commit? Panorama investigates the case convicted murderer Kevin Lane who has spent almost 20 years in prison, always protested his innocence. His only hope of clearing his name lies with the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC), the body tasked with probing alleged miscarriages of justice. But many believe the CCRC is failing. Reporter Mark Daly finds new evidence in cases the CCRC rejected and investigates whether the watchdog is fit for purpose.
Kevin Lane speaks to Ben Hatchett about all things 'REAL.'