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Mr David Ramsay

Volume 32: debated on Friday 26 November 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) whether he will cause an investigation to be made into claims by David Ramsay that he was framed by the police for crimes he did not commit, and who on two separate occasions on appeal has been found not guilty, to ascertain whether there have been miscarriages of justice;(2) if he will make arrangements for compensation for wrongful imprisonment to be paid to David Ramsay, of Forest Gate, who on two separate occasions has been found not guilty on appeal to the High Court and has been wrongly incarcerated in prison for five years and four months;(3) whether, in view of the fact that David Ramsay has on two separate occasions been found not guilty of any offence, he will take steps to ensure tha all records held against this man including photographs, fingerprints, negatives of photographs, and so on, are returned to him and removed from the official records held against him.