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Days Wrongfully Imprisoned
A friend from University
Even after his arrest, it seemed there was no injustice or challenge he was not equal to. He focused more on his father’s death than on his imprisonment, though it was not lost on either of us that nothing could make it harder to grieve than being accused of the very act itself. “Life tests the worthy and the virtuous” I offered, and as always the reply was “you’re too kind”.
I see this trial as the last of many Mark has been through; the last obstacle in the way of an extraordinary man finally realising his potential. It is a disgrace that he was stopped so short in his tracks by these ridiculous accusations. Mark has so much to offer the world. We just hope he returns to us the way he was. His is a life that needs to be lived, not wasted.”
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3 months ago
Prison visits are now starting up again, but friends and family are banned from hugging or any physical contact, and separated by screens, visits have also been cut to just an hour. Mark is asking people not to visit him until these restrictions are lifted. He doesn't feel it would be fair on you to make such long journeys for so short a time and under such conditions. ... See MoreSee Less