Withdraw and rewrite Joseph Guys Inquest article in the express and star newspaper
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The article, published 10th January 2018, regarding the outcome of Joseph guy's tragic demise has painted Joe as at fault for his own death.
At the inquest, it was deemed by the Judge that Joe was not at fault; he made eye contact with the driver, he did everything he was supposed to, he was not being reckless or brave but simply the sensible, very experienced cyclist he was. The driver was not blamed either...it was concluded to be a tragic accident.
The journalist, whom wrote this, spent much of his time on his phone, has portrayed the complete opposite of this and claimed that Joe “misjudged” the situation and laid blame to him. There are numerous things written that are simply not true. It is painful to read such a misinterpretation and a misrepresentation and an insult to a beautiful boys memory.
Joe was a highly experienced cyclist who was going pro. He knew the difference between all the hand signals and would not have made he error claimed.
Joe's family have been through so much heartache in past months and they believed they had the closure they deserved until the article was published.
Please help us got this article withdrawn or rewritten to truly represent the neutral outcome of the Inquest, to allow his family the closure they need.
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