THE Freedom Association’s campaign for property rights was launched in June 2003 with the specific aim of obtaining a change in the law in favour of the innocent person who is attacked in their home.
TONY MARTIN’S elderly mother said she feared her son would always be "looking over his shoulder" after his release from prison today.
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DAVID Blunkett, the Home Secretary, has demanded a report from the head of England’s prisons on the early release of a burglar shot by Tony Martin.
A MOBILE police station has been installed at jailed farmer Tony Martin’s isolated farm ahead of his release.
KILLER farmer Tony Martin was today preparing for his release from prison at a secret location after being transferred from jail.
SECRECY surrounded the whereabouts of the jailed farmer, Tony Martin, last night after he was taken to a safe house, four days before his release from prison.
JAILED farmer Tony Martin plans to publish a book after being released from prison next week, one of his supporters said today.
A CONSERVATIVE MP was meeting jailed farmer Tony Martin today to discuss a campaign to prevent burglars getting legal aid to sue for compensation if they are injured during the course of a break-in.
BRENDON Fearon, the burglar who was shot and injured by Tony Martin, yesterday won the right to sue the jailed farmer for damages. A judge at Nottingham County Court overturned an earlier decision which threw out his claim.
FARMER Tony Martin will fight "tooth and nail" against any attempt by the burglar he shot and injured to sue him.
THE burglar shot and injured by Tony Martin was making a new attempt today to sue the jailed farmer for damages.
THE chairman of the Parole Board today came under fire after describing jailed farmer Tony Martin as a "dangerous man".
THE burglar who was shot and injured by Tony Martin must wait to make a fresh court attempt to sue the jailed farmer for damages.
A HIGH Court judge yesterday blocked jailed farmer Tony Martin’s latest bid for freedom.
LAWYERS for the jailed farmer Tony Martin are to seek a judicial review after the Parole Board refused to review its decision not to grant him early release.
A THIEF shot in the leg by the jailed farmer, Tony Martin, was jailed for 18 months on drugs charges yesterday after he had tried to have the case thrown out because of his notoriety.
TONY Martin was last night preparing to spend a further six months in jail after his hopes of early release were dashed by the parole board.
MEMBERS of the Parole Board were meeting today to discuss whether to free Tony Martin, the farmer jailed for life for shooting dead a teenage burglar at his secluded farmhouse.
THE Parole Board will decide next week when farmer Tony Martin should be freed from jail, a friend said today.
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