About Benjamin Geen
Ben Geen is a former nurse and Territorial Army lieutenant who worked at Horton General Hospital in Banbury, in Oxfordshire. In 2006 Ben was found guilty of injecting patients with drugs that stopped their breathing, and sentenced to 30 years for murdering two patients and seriously harming 15 others. New evidence submitted to the Criminal Cases Reviews Committee this week calls this conviction into question, and The London Innocence Project has started this campaign to overturn it.
About The London Innocence Project
The London Innocence Project is a non-profit legal resource clinic and criminal justice centre that works to examine and prevent potential miscarriages of justice. Founded by 1 Pump Court Chambers and a team of law students, we work to exonerate the wrongfully convicted by examining their cases and subjecting both the evidence and the trial process to close scrutiny. We distribute research reports on criminal justice and strive to ensure that the rule of law is maintained on the basis of equality before the law and procedural fairness. The London Innocence Project has a dedicated team of barristers committed to providing high-quality legal representation to those who maintain their innocence.