Gerry Conlon Book

Richard O’Rawe’s book Name Of The Son: The Gerry Conlon Story, with a foreword by Johnny Depp.  Gerry Conlon was an Irish man known for being one of the Guildford Four who spent 15 years in prison after being wrongly convicted of being a Provisional IRA bomber.



A Client's Experience

The words of MOJO's client Victor Boreman, on his lived experience since his exoneration:

We fight our PTSD

Everyday, 24 hours, no break

It takes its toll..... See Victor's Full Words Here 's

You Call This Justice

You Call This Justice Podcast hosted by Maxine Twynam, Criminal Solicitor


All of the victims of miscarriages of justice MOJO has worked with have been diagnosed as suffering with chronic Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which can manifest in mistrust, paranoia, resentment, self-harm, emotional turmoil, alcohol and substances abuse, no interaction, and no self-reliance.

MOJO’s aim is to offer treatment for PTSD at the earliest stage possible post release.

Miscarriages of Justice - Interview with Euan and Cathy from MOJO

Miscarriages of Justice

Interview with

Euan and Cathy

from the

Miscarriage Of Justice Organisation, Scotland

Episode Summary

In this episode Euan and Cathy talk about MOJO, what their roles are at MOJO, what the aim of MOJO is, what led to them working there, about their time in the organisation and their experiences of working with miscarriage of justice victims, as well as some personal anecdotes.

Please Be Advised – This episode may contain content that some may find distressing. As always, we advise listener discretion. This episode it not suitable for anyone under the age of 13.

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Scottish Murders is a production of Cluarantonn

Hosted by Dawn

Interviewees are Euan and Cathy from MOJO

Researched and Interviewed by Dawn Young

Produced and Edited by Dawn Young and Peter Bull

Production Company Name by Granny Robertson


Dawn of the Fairies by Derek & Brandon Fiechter

Gothic Wedding by Derek & Brandon Fiechter

MOJO Community Project

On the 6th July 2022, MOJO Community Project was launched. The aim of this is to bring their clients together and offer them an alternative to commonly encountered feelings of desperation and isolation, and to provide their clients with the required tools to become functioning members of society.


Family Support

MOJO offers the families of victims of miscarriages of justice support throughout.



“Having your conviction overturned is huge, important and fundamental, but then people are being just thrown out into the world with absolutely nothing because of how they were treated by the state.”  by Charlotte Threipland, from the legal charity Appeal.

Miscarriages of Justice Organisation


“When someone is finally released their lives are rubble and they have to just start completely again. No job, no career prospects, no home of their own, and psychologically damaged.”  by Charlotte Threipland, from the legal charity Appeal.

. Miscarriages of Justice Organisation

Post Office

Victims of the Post Office scandal and other bigger miscarriage of justice have a separate compensation pot, but wrongfully convicted individuals in lesser known cases receive nothing.

Miscarriages of Justice