You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeWhen he makes the long journey from Surrey, where he now lives, to Liverpool, John Kamara does so for one of two reasons.To visit his family who still live in the city that he once called home and to speak at the annual United Against Injustice conference at John Moores Univeristy.John, now 63, has been out of prison for 19 years now, the same length of time he spent behind bars for a crime he didn commit back in 1981.Kamara, originally from Toxteth, had his conviction overturned by the Court of Appeal in 2000 after it emerged that over 200 witness statements were withheld from his defence team during his trial (photo by James Maloney)(Image: Liverpool Echo)John moved away from Liverpool to rebuild his life as a 43 year old in a very different world to the one he was taken from as a 24 year old.He said: “When I went in to prison there were pound notes and ten shillings. When I came out there were 50ps and pound coins.”There was no such thing as a mobile phone when I went away. When I first used a mobile phone I would always shout too too loudly down the phone.”His charming humour and amusing anecdotes mask a long and bitter struggle for justice that John endured for most of his adult life.Read MoreJohn Kamara, left, meets John Suffield, father of the murdered bookmaker John Suffield jnrConvicted aged 24, John would spend 16 of his 19 years behind bars in solitary confinement doggedly fighting to secure an appeal against his conviction.Two years into his sentence, in 1983, he was refused an appeal hearing.
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