In 2010, Mark Marku was convicted and sentenced to 18 years imprisonment in Crete along with his younger brother, Andreas, and three other men, for a series of armed robberies and car thefts although he has always maintained his innocence. For several years, the Irish Innocence Project at Griffith College has been assisting Mark’s defence
The Irish Innocence Project and the Justice for Harry Gleeson Group obtain the first posthumous presidential pardon in Irish history. Irish Times January 17, 2015
On Tuesday the 31st of March, Be the Key: Set an Innocent Free will be launching their second crowdfunding campaign to support the work of the Irish Innocence Project and the coming International Conference and Film Festival in June. The campaign will run for the next coming month, starting March 31. More information about the campaign will be out shortly.