He says he is only asking for what he deserves as he lost a thriving aircraft engineering business, property, and a huge chunk of his life after being wrongly banged up.On Tuesday he hopes to put the ordeal behind him when his landmark case will be heard in the highest court in the land the Supreme Court.And his dedicated legal team will tell his story to judges during a three day hearing.In 1993 he was convicted of murdering Alfred “Jack” Royal and was locked behind bars.But after his conviction was quashed in January 2007, he finally walked free after 14 years inside.And once on the outside he started a legal fight for justice as he pursued a compensation claim.The toll on Adams has been immense.He came out of prison and suffered from depression. He was unable to work and claimed benefits.He hasn’t found it easy to adjust to the outside with the weight of his future balancing precariously on his shoulders.Since his release he has fallen foul of the law on numerous occasions, facing fraud and shoplifting charges.Only last Wednesday he was back in the dock accused of shoplifting.He admitted taking Mulberry items worth more than from Fenwick in Newcastle, on February 8, and a 40 inch television from Sainsbury’s in Monkseaton, Whitley Bay, on January 28 this year. His case was adjourned and he was placed on bail.Adams, of Chapel Park, Newcastle, admits he has struggled to cope since his release, finding himself penniless and unable to work due to depression.But as he fights for his compensation, the 1990 murder of the ex teacher still remains a mystery.Former science teacher Mr Royal was killed on the doorstep of his home in Whickham, Gateshead, in what was said to be a revenge attack after Mr Royal stabbed a friend of Mr Adams’ in 1987 in self defence.All was going well for Adams until May 6, 1992, when he was arrested for the murder at his home on Sugley Street, Lemington, Newcastle.Before he knew it, he was charged, remanded in custody and 12 months later was convicted of the killing and sentenced to life in prison.That signalled the start of Adams’ fight for justice.
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