Having spent more than a decade in prison for a murder he insisted he did not commit, Faruk Orman’s case was broken open when his lawyer Ruth Parker was running late for work and turned on the radio.

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Key points:

  • Ms Parker said police only provided crucial documents after she confronted the Chief Commissioner on air
  • Mr Orman said he was “loving life” three days after his murder conviction was overturned
  • He said he believed there were other people in prison who deserved to be given fresh trials