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Father of murdered Grantham man launches a new support group

The father of a man who was murdered in 2000 has started a help group for parents, family and friends of loved ones who have been murdered.

Tony Corley has launched Support Talk UK. Anybody affected can get in touch with Mr Corley to talk over the issues. Mr Corley said face to face meetings might also be arranged.

Mr Corley’s son, Mark, 23, who lived in Grantham, was shot dead in a field near
Darlington in December 2000.

Tony Corley has set up a support group. (15437158)
Tony Corley has set up a support group. (15437158)

In 2001, a judge threw out the case against five suspects after it was discovered police had illegally bugged their conversations with solicitors.

Mr Corley wrote a book called More Questions Than Answers? about Mark and the subsequent failings in the investigation.

A cash reward of £20,000 was also offered in return for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for Mark’s death.

Anyone who would like to get in touch with Mr Corley can in the first instance email him at markcorleyuk@gmail.co.uk


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