Sally Clark - victim of a miscarriage of justice
Sally Clark - Inquest 7th November 2007 -
Press statement from Sally's family and précis of information leading to
verdict of accidental death
Sally Clark - Friday 16th March 2007
It is with the very greatest sadness that Sally Clark's family announces that Sally was found dead
at her home this morning, having passed away during the night.
Sally, aged 42, was released in 2003 having been wrongfully imprisoned for more than 3 years,
falsely accused of the murder of her two sons. Sadly, she never fully recovered from the effects
of this appalling miscarriage of justice.
Sally, a qualified solicitor, was a loving and talented wife, mother, daughter and friend. She
will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
Wednesday 21st March 2007 -
Steve and Sally's family would like to thank all of those people who have
taken the time and trouble to send them messages of support. It will be
impossible for us to reply to the thousands of well-wishers who have
contacted us, but your kind words are a great source of comfort to us at
this sad time. We ask that no flowers be sent, but you may wish
to make a donation to a Fund which we are setting up to honour Sally's
memory and support Manchester Children's Hospital.
Any media enquiries or messages and letters for Sally's family can be sent
NB: There are restrictions on any photographing or reporting of the family or their home.
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