Former accused wants redress
FOURTEEN YEARS after Frank Gibson was charged with the murder of Francine Bolden, he says he is still awaiting compensation for being wrongfully accused and imprisoned.
A frustrated Gibson, who revealed the full extent of his hurt over the matter to the DAILY NATION, said he was still being publicly labelled as a murderer to this day.
He added he had been left psychologically scarred by his 11-year stint in Glendairy, at the temporary prison at Harrison Point in St Lucy, and finally Her Majesty’s Prisons Dodds, but was unable to get his case for compensation heard by the courts.
Bolden, of Pot House, St John, was killed between January 15 and 16, 2002. (AD)
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