"At his best, man is the noblest of all animals; separated from law and justice he is the worst."
Important alarming and urgent, this powerful book raises many troubling questions, not just about the conviction of Kevin Lane. This book highlights the criminal justice system and the use of public interest immunity certificates to keep important evidence hidden from police view. For over 25 years Kevin has not wavered in his insistence that he did not commit Murder. Kevin has always believed there was a conspiracy to put him on trial, by turning detective and lawyer he has discovered things about bent coppers and their relationships with serious criminals which looks like a plot from the Sopranos. This is the inside story of one man’s fight to prove his innocence in one of the UK’s longest murder cases. Kevin Lane’s story is deeply fascinating and should be read by anyone who is concerned about the state of Britain's criminal justice system.
"DO NOT JUDGE ME UNTIL YOU HAVE WALKED A MILE IN MY SHOES"