THE father of Arlene Fraser said he was "very apprehensive" that the man convicted of his daughter's murder could be set free from prison in a matter of days following a successful appeal at the Supreme Court.
THE father of Arlene Fraser said he was \"very apprehensive\" that the man convicted of his daughter's murder could be set free from prison in a matter of days following a successful appeal at the Supreme Court.
REACTION: Carol Gillies and Hector McInnes, sister and father of Arlene Fraser, leaving the High Court yesterday. Picture Gordon Terris
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Hector McInnes, 70, spoke outside the High Court in Edinburgh following the brief appearance of Nat Fraser, who was back in court to witness the latest twist in his exhaustive battle to see his conviction overturned.
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