On 16th June 2016, a British MP, Jo Cox, was murdered in broad daylight outside a library in Birstall, Yorkshire. The murder was witnessed by several people. The perpetrator allegedly shot Jo Cox three times and stabbed her several times. He wore a baseball cap, and none of the witnesses recognised him. The attacker was not named by anyone at the scene of the crime. There is a long list of anomalies in this case which point to a probable serious miscarriage of justice.
This is the short version of Richard D Hall’s investigation into her murder.
The full four part version is lower down.
The full four part account of the murder of Jo Cox.
An analysis of the statements made by the two investigating officers uncovers many disturbing anomalies.