Raphael Rowe born March 11th 1968 is a British broadcast journalist and presenter, who was wrongfully-convicted in 1990 for the 1988 murder and series of aggravated robberies as part of the M25 Three. The M25 Three were Raphael George Rowe, Michael George Davis, and Randolph Egbert Johnson, who were jailed for life at the Old Bailey in March 1990 after being convicted for murder and burglary. The name was taken from the location of the crimes, which were committed around the M25, London’s orbital motorway, during the early hours of 16 December 1988. The original trial took place between January and February 1990, resulting in all three being convicted of the murder of Peter Hurburgh, causing grievous bodily harm with intent to Timothy Napier and several robberies. Each was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder and given substantial sentences for the other offences. The convictions were overturned in July 2000. All three men have consistently maintained their innocence. After approximately twelve years incarcerated, having always maintained his innocence, his convictions along with his two co-defendants, Michael George Davis and Randolph Egbert Johnson, were ruled “unsafe” in July 2000 and they were released. Raphael Rowe was born in south-east London to a Jamaican father and British mother. He was expelled from secondary school for poor behaviour. He has stated that he was badly behaved and at 17 he was arrested for and charged for burglary. He moved out of his parents house at 19. Raphael Rowe joined the BBC in 2001 as a reporter for the radio news programme. In 1988, aged 19, he was sentenced to life imprisonment for a murder and robbery he did not commit. In July 2000, after 12 years in prison, the Court of Appeal quashed his wrongful convictions and Raphael Rowe was freed. After a year travelling the world, Raphael returned to the UK determined to become a reporter. Raphael Rowe is self-educated on the criminal justice system and, against the odds, during his years in prison he studied journalism through a correspondence course. As the subject of numerous stories by broadcast and print journalists during his long campaign for justice, Raphael has a unique insight into both sides of the reporting coin. Through his singular background, and as the first person of mixed race to report for Today, the Six O’Clock News and now Panorama, Raphael has helped re-write the rules on what makes a BBC reporter. Raphael specialises in investigations, particularly human tragedies born from wrongs within the criminal justice system. Raphael Rowe has a website https://www.raphael-rowe.com/ . Raphael Rowe is the host of a popular docu-series, documentary Inside World’s Toughest Prisons. This series can be found on Netflix.
Dominic West born Dominic Gerard Francis Eagleton West on October 15, 1969 in Sheffiel, West Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom. Dominic West born into a family of Irish Catholic descent. He is an English actor, director, and musician. He is best known for playing Jimmy McNulty a police officer in The Wire (2002-2008) and Noah Solloway in The Affair (2014-2019). He earn a Golden Globe nomination for his acting in Noah Solloway. Dominic West won the British Academy Television Award for Best Actor at the 2012 British Academy Television Awards for portraying serial killer Fred West in Appropriate Adult (2011), and he played Jean Valjean in the 2018 BBC miniseries Les Misérables. His film credits include Chicago (2002), 300 (2007), Punisher: War Zone (2008), John Carter (2012), The Square (2017), and Colette (2018). West now plays the role of Dr Chris Cox in the Sky One series Brassic. Dominic West is married to Catherine FitzGerald since 2010.
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