Justice for PC Yvonne Fletcher
Since that day, I have committed my life to pursuing justice for Yvonne. Despite decades of false leads and Libyan government intervention, I remain determined to honour that promise I made to her now over 33 years ago. To this point, I have relied on my personal savings and donations to fund my travel to Libya and legal counsel. With my personal resources having dwindled down, I am appealing to the public to support my pursuit of justice for Yvonne, a British hero and the love of my life.
Using your donation, I plan to hire a leading prosecuting barrister to enable a civil action. The funds would also enable further travel to Libya to meet with government officials. Lastly, should success be achieved, a conviction obtained, then and compensation will be donated to various police charities in the UK.
Thank you so much for your generosity.
The recent decision not to prosecute the suspect due to Natinal Security is an affront to British Justice, and will affect many Police Officers, past, present and future.
This decision must be challenged in the courts otherwise it is a very sad day for all those men and women in blue who police our street daily.
I can't work out how £50K will be any where near enough to even cover the legal costs alone, never mind the travelling. I think you need to breakdown and explain where this £50K is going and how you arrived at that figure?
I was walking across St James Square that morning.as the shots rang out,I was unaware that WPC Fletcher had been shot.I have never forgotten that morning she will always be remembered. What is also remembered is the good humour and banter that was being used by the police and the public on that day.