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Ruth Ellis, the last lady to be hanged in Britain, had her conviction maintained by the Court of Claim today

December 8, 2017     Mark Lew    

Ruth Ellis, the last lady to be hanged in Britain, had her conviction maintained by the Court of Claim today
Three judges in London reported that they had “dismissed” an claim against conviction brought on her behalf
Ellis’s case was alluded to the court by the Criminal Cases Audit Commission, the lawful guard dog which reports on conceivable unnatural birth cycles of justice
Lawyers acting for Ellis’s sister, Muriel Jakubait, had inquired judges to subdue the kill conviction what’s more, substitute a decision of homicide on the grounds of incitement and/or reduced responsibility
Racing driver killed
The 28-year-old dance club lady was hanged in 1955 for slaughtering hustling driver David Blakely as he cleared out the Magdala bar in South Slope Park, Hampstead, north London
Two shots were let go at Blakely some time recently he crumpled on the pavement Ellis at that point let go the remaining four slugs into him
The case went down in lawful archives what’s more, was made into a film, Move With A Stranger, which featured Miranda Richardson
Ellis’s child what’s more, little girl are no longer alive, yet her grandchildren what’s more, her sister are proceeding the family’s battle to build up she ought to never have gone to the gallows

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