Days Wrongfully Imprisoned
A friend from School
Mark always seemed happy whenever I saw him, he is always full of life and passion, even through these darkest hours he has always been the Mark I know and love whenever I have spoken to him. Mark was someone that I could and still can trust with my life, I am proud to say that. These accusations are quite baffling in my opinion. I was shocked to hear that Mark would not be allowed to attend Sam’s funeral and I was honoured to read out the eulogy that Mark had written for his father . Many of the village residents were sympathetic towards Mark.
I have always loved and looked up to Mark, he is one of the last people I would ever have expected to be in a situation as unfair and soul destroying as this.”
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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