Founder of Inside Justice with film crew

Documentaries

Various television programmes have been made about our work and our cases. You can view some of them here:

Conviction: Murder at the Station

Conviction: Murder at the Station

In 2016 the BBC aired a two-part TV series which followed the work of the Inside Justice Advisory Panel as it reinvestigated the conviction of Roger Kearney. Roger had been convicted of the murder of his lover in 2010. Inside Justice began work on this case in 2011 beginning an extensive review of all trial papers and exploring new forensic opportunities. View video...


The Innocent Serial Killer

The Innocent Serial Killer

This BBC Panorama programme was the second collaboration between Inside Justice's Louise Shorter and journalist Mark Daly of BBC Scotland about a nurse found guilty of murdering elderly patients. Panorama: The Innocent Serial Killer presented new evidence to cast doubt on Colin Norris' 2008 conviction. Experts discussed the possibility that all five women suffered low blood sugar due to natural causes, and a juror from the original trial described... View video...


Murder without a Trace

Murder without a Trace

BBC Rough Justice film produced and directed by Louise Shorter about Barri White and Keith Hyatt wrongly convicted of involvement in the December 2000 murder of Rachel Manning. Their convictions were quashed in 2007. In September 2013 Shahidul Ahmed was convicted of the murder after his DNA was found on a steering lock used in the crime and in a hair recovered from Rachel's hotpants. View video...


John Kamara - Life after Life

John Kamara - Life after Life

BBC Rough Justice film produced and directed by Louise Shorter which followed John Kamara's first year of freedom. The film highlights the scandalous lack of official support for innocent prisoners after their release. View video...


BBC Expert Witness

Season 3, Episode 5: Written in Blood  This programme features interviews with IJ Advisory Panel member, Jo Millington along with Siobhan Grey KC and Professor Jack Crane CBE in the wrongful conviction case of Patryk Pachecka.  Patryk had been wrongly convicted with his friend Grzegorz Szal in 2017. They worked as a team to reinvestigate the forensic evidence from the original trial and immediately spotted a problem.  The programme... View video...


Podcast: Wronged

Podcast: Wronged

Following a brutal killing in north London in 2016, two innocent men, Patryk and Grzegorz, who had just arrived from Poland, were handed a life sentence for a murder they didn’t commit. Basia Cummings from Tortoise's Slow Newscast tells their story: a remarkable miscarriage of justice, and a feeble effort by the law to correct itself. The podcast features interviews with Louise Shorter and our Advisory Panel member Jo Millington.  Learn... View video...





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