Continuing case history written in January 2002 by Sally's father, Frank Lockyer
It was a great morale booster when last summer the Solicitor's
Tribunal declined to remove Sally from the Roll - indicating,
we believe, the concern felt throughout the profession.
Sally remains in prison where the Governor and Staff show every possible
consideration. She has her son for "one glorious day a month". Whilst she has her
down days, she remains resolute with the support of
her husband Steve and Lesley our excellent Nanny.
Since Sally obtained a good degree, qualified as an Associate of the Institute
of Bankers and later as a Solicitor, to become a successful Venture Capital Lawyer,
it is easy to be a proud father. That she then
put her career on hold to start a planned family when
things went so disastrously wrong
does not lessen that regard.
Indeed, I am immensely proud of how
she is coping with adversity - an even greater test.
For a country that keeps a critical eye on systems of justice elsewhere in the world,
the enormity of this injustice is frightening.
C. Frank Lockyer,
The Meadows, Milford, Salisbury, Wilts. SP1 2SS
1st January 2002