provided by: Pat Johnson
24th March 2011
Statement from supporters:
“Christopher Nudds is a man who has been the victim of a terrible miscarriage of justice. His life before being confined to a prison cell consisted of taking each day as it came. He lived at home with his Mum, Step dad and half brother. He made a living breeding Labrador dogs and running a small pest control business, at which, he was most successful”.
“Chris enjoys his own company and the solitude that living a country lifestyle affords. He has many friends, most of whom continue to support him and write to him frequently”.
It was alledged that in November 2004, Christopher Nudds from Stocking Pelham, Herts, shot 21-year-old gypsy Fred Moss in the head while he was out with his dog in the Cambridgeshire countryside.
A jury at Northampton Crown Court, who found Nudds guilty by an 11-1 majority, was told that the gamekeeper then dismembered Mr Moss’s body and burnt it.