Sally Clark 1964-2007
Case History 1996-2000
Case History 2000-2002
- 2003 onwards
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Media Coverage, from mid-2003 onwards
28 October 05
Home Office reverses its attitude on compensation of Angela Cannings
19 Sept 2005
Sally Clark sues for damages
July 15th 2005
Sir Roy Meadow found guilty of serious professional misconduct and struck off by the General Medical Council
. (This GMC decision was
overturned by the High Court
Fri 17/2/06. The GMC
sought leave to appeal
Dr Alan Williams found guilty of serious professional misconduct
one pathologist still claims `double homicide' during GMC hearing into the conduct of Alan Williams.
The pathologist, Dr. Armour, worked with Williams at Macclesfield in 2001.
David Southall (who accused
of murder) avoids striking off
but judge says the restrictions imposed by the GMC "did ... show undue leniency."
Donna Anthony's case
MPs recommend creation of Forensic Science Advisory Council
takes up case of Ian and Angela Gay
What Roy Meadow was paid for his `expert testimony'
GMC's Prof Southall decision challenged: `GMC imposed an unduly lenient penalty.' (Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence)
Sunday February 6, 2005
Guardian: GMC knew of fears over Roy Meadow as early as 2000
Wed 31 January 2005
BBC coverage of General Medical Council hearing into the conduct of Dr Alan Williams
BMJ review of 'Stolen Innocence'
15 June 2004
GMC rules against paediatrician (David Southall was found guilty of serious professional misconduct, but not struck off)
June 2004: Publication of
Stolen Innocence: A Mother's Fight for Justice - The Authorised Story of Sally Clark
by John Batt
Five baby death verdicts 'may be unsafe'
More Mothers fight child abuse claims
24 February 2004:
Transcript of Debate on Family Court Cases in the House of Commons
Baby death concerns 'not new'
20 January, 2004
Wider cot deaths review considered
Mike Mackey named in `Top 100 lawyers'
Mike Mackey's website
18 December, 2003
Professor Meadow to face inquiry
Coverage arising from Angela Cannings' case
19 January 2004
'End cot death trials' says court
2 November, 2003
Coverage arising from Trupti Patel's case
12 June 2003
BBC: 'Tide turned' on cot death cases
Times: Verdict may bring end to cases 'without evidence'
GMC investigates expert
Guardian: Spotlight on 'hawkish' paediatricians
13 June 2003
Trupti Patel and the rotten courts of Salem
15 June 2003
Sunday Times: Can their lives ever get back to normal?
Media Coverage, since Sally's release
mid-2003: Sally's second appeal, and freedom
2002: pressing for, then awaiting, a second appeal
2001: Following Sally's first appeal in October 2000, the media start to cover her case
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