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16:59, 2 MAR 2018
Barrister casts doubt on police investigation into Huddersfield double murder
Leading QC reviewed case that led to conviction of Alfred Moore
New twist in bid to clear name of man hanged for killing two police officers
Claims that case against Alfred Moore would not have come to court today as campaign against his conviction continues
Ask Examiner: What's the latest on the Alfred Moore case?
Former policeman is continuing to investigate alleged miscarriage of justice
Mohammed Yassar Yaqub
M62 shooting: Mohammed Yassar Yaqub was fourth person shot dead by police in Huddersfield since 1992
Others were Alistair Bell, Robert Dixon and Ian Bennett
New evidence claim in Kirkheaton cop-killing case as daughter bids for posthumous pardon for executed dad Alfred Moore
Exhibits still held by West Yorkshire Police from 1951 investigation which saw Moore hanged
Alfred Moore case: crime writer reveals police and justice system corruption which condemned innocent Kirkheaton man
Jim Morris examines failings in police and courts in 'The Day the King Died'
Alfred Moore case: ex-cop joins forces with solicitor and crime author to reopen case into hanged Huddersfield man
Steve Lawson hopes to overturn wrongful double murder conviction which led to Moore's execution
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Mystery benefactor backs Alfred Moore investigation with £5k donation
An anonymous benefactor has stepped in to fund new investigations into the controversial Alfred Moore case
Dean Hoyle ‘best chairman Town have ever had’
DEAN Hoyle is the best chairman Huddersfield Town have ever had.
Alfred Moore newphews back campaign to prove hanged Huddersfield man’s innocence
TWO nephews of hanged man Alfred Moore have vowed to help clear his name – from 12,000 miles away.
Poor suffering for rich bankers’ faults
AS A benefits claimant with, I’d like to think, a social conscience, I am most dismayed at Kirklees Council’s decision to implement the tax rises which are targeted at the poor.
Fight never ends for Alfred Moore justice
AS someone who, for the past six years, has campaigned on behalf of Alfred Moore and his family to have his conviction for the murder of two police officers in 1951 overturned, the result of the Examiner Hot Topic vote spoke volumes.
Facebook campaign to clear name of Huddersfield man Alfred Moore
A NEW campaign to prove the innocence of hanged man Alfred Moore is under way.
Retired judge publishes book about the case of Kirkheaton man Alfred Moore
A RETIRED judge has published a book about the most controversial murders in Huddersfield’s history.
The expensive truth about ‘immoral’ tax
WE ARE told that paying cash for services is ‘immoral’ and it is obviously illegal if the aim is to avoid paying tax.
Alfred Moore campaign moves online as legal challenge fails
LEGAL attempts to clear the name of a Huddersfield man hanged for a double police murder have reached a dead end.
Examiner letters, February 11, 2012
‘DEMOCRAT’ of Lindley chooses to write anonymously about academies and education so it is difficult to know what qualifications or experience he has to support his views.
Renewed hope of clearing Alfred Moore’s name 60 years after his execution for murdering two Huddersfield policemen
A CAMPAIGNER raised fresh hopes of clearing a Huddersfield man’s name – 60 years to the day after he was executed for murdering two policemen.
Setback for campaign to clear the name of Alfred Moore hanged for double police murder
A FAMILY’S hopes of clearing the name of their executed father were dashed last night.
Examiner Mailbag, June 17, 2011
I WAS amazed, then dismayed, by a recent letter extolling the virtues of creating space for smaller businesses in Huddersfield town centre.
Examiner Mailbag, June 15, 2011
BRITAIN gives tens of millions of pounds to poor and developing countries.
Examiner Mailbag, April 6, 2011
MY husband suffered a stroke five years ago following a hip operation and in now wheelchair-bound and needs home care help twice a day.
Alistair Bell death latest in Christmas tragedies
THE tragedy of Alistair Bell’s death is the third time police have shot and killed at Christmas in the Huddersfield area.