Call to publish Tooze double murder review 20 years on
The man wrongly convicted of murdering an elderly couple 20 years ago has called for the findings of a review of the case to be published.
Harry and Megan Tooze were killed in what was described as a "brutal macabre execution" at their farmhouse near Llantrisant, south Wales, in July 1993.
Their daughter's boyfriend Jonathan Jones was convicted of murder and later freed on appeal in 1996.
An independent advisor on the case has rejected the call to publish files.
But solicitor Stuart Hutton, who helped defend Mr Jones back in 1995 and still represents him today, said the work of the investigations should be made public.
26 Jul 2013