“For the last nine years, I have thought about the past and how things could have been different. Gagandip’s family have lost their son and brother. I think about that every day.
I also served my time and have reflected every day on the value of life. I had my opportunity to explain what happened but the jury took a different view. I can never wind the clock back, but I can try to live every day trying to do some good for others.
Since my release from prison, I have been working to help victims speak up against sexual assaults, especially within ethnic minority communities, and ensure that they receive appropriate support.
I don’t ask for anything but the chance to help others and do some good where I can. That is all I desire.”