Days Wrongfully Imprisoned
A friend of Mark’s girlfriend
Being a good friend of his girlfriend, my primary concern was whether he treats her well and is this the right guy for her; and I must say, I could not approve more. The affection, tight bond and mutual respect between the two was apparent at first sight. When SN wasn’t feeling well, Mark took her home even though he was having a good time and would have liked to stay longer. I couldn’t imagine that such a caring and considerate person would be a threat to anyone in any way. What I also see as demonstrative of his character is that he offered me a job and a place to stay when I expressed a desire to work in London over the summer, even though he hardly knew me and had no gain of his own in it. I view that as a purely altruistic action which portrays his kind heart and willingness to help a fellow in need.
From the way he described his father’s health situation, I could see that he was sincerely concerned about the suffering his father had endured, both physically and emotionally [December 2009]. You don’t need to know someone for a long time to be able to read the look in their eyes. I trust Mark.”
3 weeks 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