Fighting not only two huge corporate institutions in the form of computer giants Fujitsu and the Post Office with all their power, influence and money. But also taking on successive UK Governments as well - the sole shareholder of POL (Post Office Limited). The book also features the voice of his daughter, Sian Thomas, who has devoted years of her life researching and networking widely to help her father clear his name.

The Stamp of Innocence is a story about an unbreakable bond between a father and daughter, building up to their eventual redemption in the Court of Appeal in April 2021, and their continuing campaign to be fully compensated for the cruel injustice perpetrated against them. It's also a story about their beloved island community and the support provided by that community to sustain the family through all their trials and tribulations. It's a tale to shock and horrify, but it's also an uplifting tale about the resilience of the human spirit.

The Stamp of Innocence is a heart-rending tale of an ordinary Welsh family whose lives were ripped apart by false imprisonment and an epic 16-year battle against the Post Office to restore the family name.

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ISBN/EAN 9781805143024
Author Aled Gwyn Job
Publisher Troubador
Publication date 28 Mar 2024
Format Paperback
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The Stamp of Innocence

Noel Thomas, who was a respected village sub-postmaster and councillor, was sent to prison accused of stealing money from the post office he ran on Ynys Mon, Wales. A charge based on computerized evidence which later turned out to be totally false. Noel tells the story in his own words as we follow his heroic journey with all its twists and turns over the years to clear his name.

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