MILES FOR MYLES
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As Myle's aunt I will be joining the "Miles for Myles Challenge" by swimming 70 lengths. All funds raised will go towards legal costs and travel arrangements for witnesses for the defence. I would be extremely grateful if you would sponsor me. More ...

FUNDRAISING FOR MYLES

Prior to July 22nd 2013, Myles Litchmore Dunbar was an anonymous 19 year old university student, investing in his future and excited to be embarking upon a modelling career. Myles was on course to a wonderful life but a holiday to the Greek island of Malia ended in tragedy when fellow Brit, Tyrell Matthews-Burton was killed during a bar fight.


Myles, who had tried to break up the fight, found himself wrongfully accused of Tyrell’s murder and cruelly catapulted into the midst of the Greek legal system. Despite there being no forensic evidence to link him to the crime and in defiance of witness statements maintaining that he had acted as a ‘peacemaker’, Myles has been remanded in custody since July 2013.

Family and friends have been campaigning with the primary aim to ensure that the Greek authorities act in accordance with legal procedure and release Myles. Furthermore, we need to be able to guarantee that he is subject to a fair and transparent process, that the true facts of the case are realised and that Myles is fully exonerated.

A trial date has now been set for the 17th October where we need to see Myles finally exonerated. Witnesses have come forward who confirm Myles innocence, but they have to be flown to Greece to give evidence at the trial and so we are continuing to raise funds to pay for their flights, accommodation and ongoing legal costs to represent him.

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