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Margaret Watson

To English Pen and to Denis Macshan MP. Just a short not to state that I have been seeking to amend the UK defamtaion legislation to include families of homicide victims since 1992, but it seems defamation of the deceased is of no interest to the aforementioned politicians. I wrote to Lord Lester of the English Pen in September of this year on this very subject, only for my letter to be ignored by him – Why, because he has no interest in the harrowing effect defamation of homicide victims has on families of innocent homicide victims in Criminal Memoirs. They are dead and as far as he is concerned their families may as well be dead too.

Letter to Lord Lester through English Pen website.
Margaret Watson
80 Meadowpark Street
Dennistoun
Glasgow
G31 2SJ.

17 September 2009

justiceforvictims1@btinternet.com

Dear Lord Lester

You may recall you wrote to me on the 21 July, outlining your objections to stopping convicted murderers profiting from selling their vile accounts of their crimes for personal profit.

Families of homicide victims would be most interested in knowing your views on defamation of homicide victims in criminal memoirs and at the hands of campaigning journalist, who abuse their position of great power to mislead their readers as to the true events leading up to their violent actions with the clear aim of getting more human rights for convicted murderers.

Do you hold the view that families of homicide victims should not be allowed any legal standing under UK defamation legislation to formally challenge false information published as fact by or on behalf of convicted murderers in their criminal memoirs? Please explain your views on this question.

Do you hold a view on amending the UK defamation legislation to include families of homicide victims? Please explain your views on this question.

Do you hold the view that families of homicide victims should never be allowed the same human rights as convicted murderers under the existing UK defamation legislation? Evidence attached.

Would you champion families of homicide victims basic human right under section 2 of Article 10 of the Convention of Human Rights who are being forced to suffering the indignity of seeing their murdered love one's good name and reputation unjustly defiled at the hands of a convicted murderer (criminal memoirs) or at the hands of campaigning journalist, who campaign for yet more human rights for those convicted of murderers and who know they can under the existing UK defamation legislation, defile the good name and reputation of innocent homicide victims with impunity ? Please explain your answer to this question.

Do you hold the view that it is alright for irresponsible campaigning journalist for convicted murderers to grossly mislead their readers as to the true events of a particular case, if by lying to their readers such journalist get even more human rights for those convicted of murder? In other wards the end justifies the means.

I would be most grateful if you give a prompt reply to my questions as families of innocent homicide victims are most anxious to learn your views on defamation of homicide victims under UK defamation legislation.

Yours sincerely
Margaret Watson.

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Just to say the link for potential signatories is broken.
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