Fresh Enquiry Exposes Failings
Over 14 years ago Victor Nealon was convicted of the attempted rape of a complainant , the crown relying on identification evidence and ostensibly linking the appellant to being a man with a “bump” on his head . The Court was advised there was no forensic evidence , the reality was something rather more concerning . As for the “bump” despite a lot of conjecture over the years over whether Victor Nealon could have had a transient bump which could have disappeared , the nonsensical argument
has now been exposed as medically unsupported by a leading neurosurgeon .
Strikingly 2 forensic reports now support the fact that DNA material from a male was present on the clothing and that the source of that DNA can be linked to coming form an unknown male .
That taken with the medical evidence which shows Victor Nealon could not have had a bump at the relevant day of the offence not only casts very strong doubt on the safety of his conviction but arguably goes to demonstrate that the appellant is innocent of the conviction he has fought against for 14 years .