Through this website and other social media forums we will continue to highlight the ongoing miscarriage of justice case known as the Craigavon Two.
HOW YOU CAN HELP.
Our campaign is made up of relatives and family members as well as social justice, community and trade union activists who have come together to campaign to overturn the miscarriage of justice that snatched the freedom of John Paul and Brendan.
All our work is on a solidarity and voluntary basis. Any funds that we raise go directly towards the Craigavon Two campaign.
We ask community groups, social justice groups and trade unions bodies as well as individuals, to support our campaign for justice.
You can support us in the following ways:
Help Us Break the Silence
We need people to help break the silence surrounding the case.
You can distribute leaflets, stickers, posters, and use all means necessary to publicise the campaign wherever you live.
The Justice for the Craigavon Two campaign can provide speakers to address public meetings, trades councils, supporters groups etc..
We can show a short DVD demonstrating the events that has led to this miscarriage of justice. Our speakers outline the events of the case surrounding the Craigavon Two. We also review the various set backs, events and the impact upon both John Paul and Brendan and that of their love ones on the outside.
We can also give a full update will be given about the progress of the application to the Criminal Cases Review Commission.
Sign Our Online
Our online petition calls upon Britain's Criminal Case Review Commission (CCRC) to thoroughly examine all evidence disclosed and undisclosed in the case.
You can sign this petition online and share it also with friends and family.
Sign Petition here
Write a letter to the CCRC
You can write letters to the Criminal Cases Review Commission or CCRC to demand they look at this ongoing miscarriage of just in light of recent events surrounding the case
Write letters to the papers
Write articles, letters to the press, phone into radio stations or make your own Justice banner, you can even write to your local TD or MP.
Make a Donation
If you would like to make a donation to the campaign to support the costs involved in maintaining our campaign