JENGbA

JENGbA is a campaigning organisation that will highlight such cases where the Joint Enterprise doctrine has been applied and those convicted are stating they are not guilty of the index offence.
We have been contacted by many families and hundreds of prisoners alerting that they are serving mandatory Life sentences (life for knife crime is minimum 25 year tariff and prisoners will always serve longer than the minimum tariff) for something they did not do, could not have foreseen, did not have the intention to do, and indeed in many cases, tried to prevent from happening.

JENGbA will campaign on behalf of, and with those wrongfully convicted.
Please contact us on 07709 115793 with your loved ones prison address and number and we will send a support pack notifiying them of the campaign.

JENGbA is supported by  LONDON AGAINST INJUSTICE

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PUBLIC MEETINGS...

JENGbA, London Against Injustice & JENGbA LONDON holds meetings at every 2nd Tuesday of the month at Hemingford Arms, 158 Hemingford Road, Islington, N1 1DF at 7.30pm. Next meetings: 11th Febuary 2014, 11th March 2014, 8th April 2014, 13th May 2014.

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Congratulations to Gloria Morrison winning the Sheila McKechnie Foundation London Justice award see the video here.

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JENGbA is a not-for-profit campaign run by volunteers and supporters. We need funds to keep our campaign on track, specially for printing and sending regular newsletters to prisoners who have contacted us. Please organise a fundraising / awareness event in your area or simply give what you can afford ; - even postage stamps are a help!; Please make Cheques or Postal Orders payable to JENGbA. Thank you.

You can also donate online via PayPal

Or if you would like to set up a standing order for regular donations please click here for form

FORTHCOMING EVENTS

Jimmy McGovern film Common showng at the BFI 20th February read more

House of Commons Bureau of Investigative Journalism Report on JE 1st April