Barbara Stone says new DNA technology could clear her brother’s name almost 20 years after the murders of Lin and Megan Russell.
Ms Stone rarely sees her brother - now 55 - but admits she thinks about him – and what she sees as a gross miscarriage of justice – every day.
Michael Stone was jailed for life in 1998, after being convicted of the murder of Lin and Megan Russell and the attempted murder of Josie Russell, then aged nine, in a remote country lane near Canterbury on July 9
Michael has always denied being responsible for the appalling crimes but was found guilty.
Despite being behind bars for the past 19 years since his arrest he still protests his innocence.
He was found guilty after drug addict – and now convicted murderer – Damian Daley gave evidence for the prosecution, telling the court how Stone had confessed to him in prison that he had carried out the dreadful attacks.
Another prisoner, Barry Thompson, admitted lying about an alleged confession by Stone a day after he was jailed.
Barbara is a passionate speaker who has doggedly campaigned to shed light on the truth of this terrible crime. Barbara believes that new advances in DNA technology will finally prove the innocence of her brother and point to the real killer.