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  • Author:
    Noel Fellowes
  • ISBN:
    0745936040
  • ISBN13:
    978-0745936048
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  • Publisher:
    Lion Books; 2nd edition (April 1, 1996)
  • Pages:
    317 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Humanities
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Noel Fellowes, now working for a charity called "Christian Prison Ministries", recounts his own story of wrongful conviction and imprisonment

Noel Fellowes, now working for a charity called "Christian Prison Ministries", recounts his own story of wrongful conviction and imprisonment. In 1970, he was a 22-year-old ex-policeman working as a taxi driver, and was arrested and charged with the manslaughter of an elderly coin collector. Fellowes always claimed he had never met the victim and proclaimed his innocence, but was sent to prison, where, as an ex-policeman, he suffered at the hands of the other prisoners.

Fellowes, Noel (1986, non-fiction, autobiography): This book tells the story of an ex-policeman, Noel Fellowes. He was gaoled in 1970 by a Lancashire court for the murder of Harold Parkinson, a killing he never did – and how he learned to forgive. Windsor, Patricia (1987, crime). Killing time is a psychological novel about crime. The hero, Joseph Detweiler, is the world’s most courteous, sensitive, sincere and likable killer. He is even innocent of the fact that a crime has been committed.

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Noel Fellowes, now working for a charity called "Christian Prison Ministries", recounts his own story of wrongful conviction and imprisonment. In 1970, he was a 22-year-old ex-policeman working as a taxi driver, and was arrested and charged with the manslaughter of an elderly coin collector. Fellowes always claimed he had never met the victim and proclaimed his innocence, but was sent to prison, where, as an ex-policeman, he suffered at the hands of the other prisoners. After four years of his seven-year sentence, he was released on parole and got married, started a business and became a Christian. But the legacy of his wrongful conviction was to haunt him until in 1984, a well-known criminal confessed to the murder. The case was re-opened and in 1985, Noel Fellowes was vindicated. Fellowes returned to prison in the early 1990s when he was called to Christian ministry in prisons.