Simon Hall's mother vows to 'fight on'


The mother of a man from Suffolk who lost his murder appeal has said she will fight on.

Simon Hall is serving a life sentence for stabbing 79-year-old Joan Albert at her home in Capel St Mary in 2001.

There was concern over fibres found at her home which linked Hall to the scene but the Appeal Court said there was "no reason" to doubt the conviction.

Mr Hall's mother Lynne said she would continue to fight to have him freed.

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