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About Sam Hallam

Sam Hallam was born on 9 July 1987. He attended Central Foundation School in Islington. At the time of his arrest was working as a kitchen fitter but planned to apply to join the British Army when he was a little older. He has two older brothers and one younger sister. Prior to his arrest, he was of good character and had never been charged with or convicted of any offence. He is currently imprisoned at HMP Bullingdon in Oxfordshire.

pictured: Sam Hallam (middle) with his brothers Danny and Terry at Aylesbury YOI April 2007)
About the Sam Hallam Campaign

In 2006, Sam Hallam's relatives  met with individuals who had played leading roles in the campaigns to free the Birmingham Six, Guildford Four, Judith Ward, and the Bridgewater Four as well as campaigns on behalf of less well-known innocent prisoners. Following the dismissal of his appeal in March 2007, his family, friends and supporters launched a public campaign for Sam Hallam's release and exoneration.

The campaign's objectives are to seek new evidence in the case,to publicise the facts of Sam Hallam's case as widely as possible and to provide practical and moral support to Sam and his family during his wrongful imprisonment.  The campaign has no aims or agenda beyond securing the release and exoneration of this innocent young man and is not associated with any political organisation.

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Campaign Meetings
The Sam Hallam Campaign meets on the LAST THURSDAY of each month (except December) at 7.30 pm at  St John's Community Hall (The Green Hut) New North Road, Hoxton, London N1.All supporters welcome. Buses 76, 141, 271, 394. Nearest underground: Old Street.
What You Can Do

Join the Facebook group Justice for Sam Hallam

Join the campaign by emailing the SAM HALLAM campaign

Ask your trade or student union, community or youth group, tenants association, church organisation, political party or other body to which you belong to adopt Sam's case and to invite speakers from the campaign.

Write to Sam letting him know you support his campaign for justice:

Sam Hallam
HMP Bullingdon
PO Box 50

Oxon 0X25 1PZ