January 2005 The legal advisor of a mother who claims she was wrongly indicted of slaughtering two of her babies today said his customer is “on tenterhooks” while she holds up for the Criminal Cases Survey Commission to look into her case Donna Antho

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January 2005
The legal advisor of a mother who claims she was wrongly indicted of slaughtering two of her babies today said his customer is “on tenterhooks” while she holds up for the Criminal Cases Survey Commission to look into her case
Donna Anthony, from Yeovil, Somerset, is one of 28 individuals to have their cases alluded to the CCRC following the subduing of the conviction of Angela Cannings
“This is her as it were trust the case will be reopened,” her solicitor, George Hawkes, told GMTV
“I can’t start to think what she is going through She’s completely in their hands,” he added
The CCRC declared recently that Anthony’s case would be looked at “imminently”
Mr Hawkes said this had been “a finish unnatural birth cycle of equity from day one” what’s more, depended on confirm that was “a finish nonsense”
“None of these ladies ought to have been brought some time recently court on this sort of evidence,” he said
Last month the Lawyer General, Master Goldsmith, said Anthony ought to be liberated on bail
He said that while he had no control to upset her conviction, he accepted she ought to be bailed She remains in prison
Mrs Cannings was cleared in January 2004 after judges expelled the confirm of now-discredited pediatrician Educator Sir Roy Meadow
The case of Anthony, who was given two life terms in 1998, too depended on Teacher Meadow’s conviction on bed passings “that one in a family is a tragedy, two is suspicious what’s more, three is murder”
Her claim against the conviction was expelled in 2000
The Lawyer General propelled a survey of 297 cases following the judgment in the Cannings case what’s more, 28 were alluded to the CCRC
In November the commission uncovered that it was exploring six of them, counting Anthony’s, after reaching the defendants
The Home Office has chosen not to grant Mrs Cannings compensation, it risen prior this week
Mr Hawkes said he was “astounded” by the decision
Boris Worrall, representative for the CCRC, said recently the council could take as little as a maybe a couple days to choose Anthony’s fate, or, on the other hand as long as a maybe a couple weeks

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