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UK News Terminally-ill dad will appeal decision to deny his family an FAI over son's tragic death

18:25  19 february  2020
18:25  19 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

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a person posing for the camera: Craig McClelland was murdered in 2017 © Daily Record Craig McClelland was murdered in 2017

The dying dad of murdered Paisley student Craig McClelland says his family will appeal the decision to deny a fatal accident inquiry into his son’s death.

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Raging Michael McClelland, who is battling terminal brain cancer, insists they will never give up their search for justice for tragic Craig.

Innocent dad-of-three Craig, 31, was stabbed to death by tagged knife fiend James Wright in Foxbar’s Tweed Avenue, in July 2017.

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Killer Wright had been on the run from police for five months after tampering with an electronic tag designed to monitor his movements.

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Police and prison service probes failed to provide answers for Craig’s devastated family and the Scottish Government rejected their call for a public

inquiry.

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They believed Lord Advocate James Wolffe QC would order an FAI into his death but were left devastated when they were told – just days before Christmas – he had rejected the plea.

But they are now appealing that decision and demanding a meeting with the Lord Advocate.

Michael told the Express: “We are appealing the decision not to hold a fatal accident inquiry into Craig’s death and asking for a meeting with the Lord Advocate to allow him to tell us why he rejected our call.

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“We waited seven months to be told we wouldn’t be getting an FAI. They told us two days before Christmas.

a man and a woman posing for a picture: Craig's dad Michael McClelland and partner Stacey are furious at the Scottish Government © Daily Record Craig's dad Michael McClelland and partner Stacey are furious at the Scottish Government

“The family have so many questions around the tagging system and why Craig’s killer was out.

“There are lessons that must be learned from what happened to Craig and the circumstances around his death and in a formal legal setting such as an FAI, that is much more likely to happen.

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“For them to reject our call is a kick in the teeth for us all and it feels like we have been palmed off all the way through this process.”

He added: “We, as a family, have counted up 44 mistakes that were made in the lead up to Craig’s death.

“These have to be answered for.

a person giving thumbs up: Michael McClelland with letter to Lord Advocate James Wollfe QC requesting an FAI in to the death of his son Craig © Paisley Daily Express Michael McClelland with letter to Lord Advocate James Wollfe QC requesting an FAI in to the death of his son Craig

“We will continue to fight for justice. We won’t give up. We have a really good team around us supporting us and we will keep going.

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“This isn’t just about Craig, it’s about other families who have been affected by the issues and that may be affected in the

future.”

It emerged Wright had removed his electronic tag just days after being released early from prison and was “unlawfully at large” when he murdered innocent  Craig.

The Crown has assured the family it has assessed the findings of two independent public reviews of Craig’s death, one by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland on Police Scotland’s response to the breach of home detention curfew and another by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons for Scotland on the arrangements for home detention curfews within the prison service.

It also considered changes to legislation recently enacted by the Scottish Parliament.

The Crown concluded that recommendations arising from those reviews and the changes to legislation have significantly strengthened the safeguards surrounding the use of Home Detention Curfews.

A spokeswoman for the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service said: “The Lord Advocate instructed that the circumstances of the death of Craig McClelland, and the concerns raised by the family, be examined by the Scottish Fatalities Investigation Unit.

“Following careful consideration it was concluded that there is not scope for a Fatal Accident Inquiry and that decision has been explained to the nearest relatives.”

“The family have asked that this decision be reviewed and that process is now underway.

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