In the Media

BBC's Rough Justice helped free Barri White. Yet it was axed to save money | Duncan Campbell

PUBLISHED September 5, 2013

The conviction of Shahidul Ahmed for the murder of Rachel Manning in 2000 has a significance that goes far beyond the jailing of a violent and dangerous man for a horrific crime. Manning's former boyfriend, Barri White, was wrongly convicted of her murder in 2002 and served six years in prison before being released as a result of evidence unearthed by the BBC television programme Rough Justice.

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