SATPAL RAM CASE: LETTERS TO SATPAL RAM
Satpal Ram,                                     93c Venner Road,
E 94164,                                               Sydenham,
HMP Belmarsh,                                   London SE26 5HU.
Western Way,                                      0208 659 7713
London SE2.                   E-Mail A_Baron@ABaron.Demon.Co.UK




October 10, 2000


Dear Sir,

I have read about your case on the Internet and in the national 
press and would like to obtain some background information. I 
wrote to your solicitor and to the Satpal Ram Campaign on Septem-
ber 23 but have not (yet?) received a reply. What I would like to 
obtain is a copy of your witness statement and possibly one of 
the other witnesses, one of the restaurant waiters perhaps. 

I know from my own experience that photocopying is permissible in 
prisons so if you could arrange for these documents - copies of 
which are doubtless in your possession - to be forwarded to me I 
would be most grateful. Any other material, eg the summary of the 
prosecution case, would also be most welcome. I am interested too 
in the date of committal and the pathologist's report. I will 
reimburse you up to ten pounds payable to you directly or if you 
wish to the campaign.

You appear to be having a rough time inside; I hope this does not 
continue indefinitely. 


Yours sincerely,
A Baron


Satpal Ram, 93c Venner Road, E 94164, Sydenham, HMP Full Sutton, London SE26 5HU. Moore Lane, 0208 659 7713 Stamford Bridge, E-Mail A_Baron@ABaron.Demon.Co.UK York YO4 1PS November 1, 2000 Dear Satpal Ram, I wrote to you last month but it is possible that the letter did not reach you or has not reached you yet; the address I had for you was Belmarsh. I spoke to Gareth Peirce on Monday and she told me she has a full transcript of the trial and the two appeals. I would like your permission to examine these. I am currently writing a book on the case of John McGranaghan whose convictions were quashed by the Court of Appeal in October 1991. Yours sincerely, A Baron

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