Since 2004, he has continued to proclaim his innocence. This July 26, Andrew Malkinson was released by the London Court of Appeal, after seventeen years in prison. He was released in 2020 for “good behavior”, but without questioning his guilt. “I was finally cleared but I’m here, without having obtained an apology, an explanation, without a job, without a home,” he said. I am simply expected to slip away unredressed for the immense black hole that has opened up in my life. Wrongly accused of the rape of a 33-year-old woman in 2003, the 57-year-old man was cleared thanks to the discovery of the DNA of another suspect. In mid-August, The Guardian revealed that the police and the prosecutors knew very well, however, since 2007, that forensic tests had identified on the victim’s tank top a DNA different from that of Andrew Malkinson. The British newspaper claims that it was for reasons of budgetary savings that no investigation was reopened at the time. Several associations fear that this case is not an isolated case. EU
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