Cardiff Newsagent Three: Murder miscarriage report questions
An MP has asked why police are taking so long to publish a report into a murder inquiry which led to a miscarriage of justice.
Three men from Cardiff spent a decade in jail after being wrongly convicted of killing newsagent Phillip Saunders in 1987.
South Wales Police is reviewing the original investigation as part of an inquiry known as Operation Resolute.
The force says it will publish its findings in "as much detail as possible".
But Plaid Cymru MP Elfyn Llwyd, a member of the Commons Justice Select Committee, says the process is taking too long.
Reporter Paul Martin explains the story to Mai Davies on the BBC's Good Morning Wales programme.
14 Feb 2014
- From the section Wales