FFFJFreedom Fund for Filipino Journalists
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And FFFJ is now hoping to receive the financial support it needs to open a much-needed respite centre, and a separate new home for its children's charity.
FFFJ's motto is One Moment in Time Left Us a Lifetime of Suffering - but Jean, a mum-of-five, gran of 17 and great-gran of 14, has suffered three appalling moments in time.
Founder Jean Taylor, whose own daughter Chantel Taylor was butchered in Wirral by former soldier Stephen Wynne, came to know Ryan's family as she set up FFfJ and gathered 100,000 signatures in a petition which was presented at 10 Downing Street to then-Prime Minister Tony Blair.
FFFJ, a coalition of six media organizations, said because of the clout and influence of the accused in the area, witnesses had been reluctant to testify for fear of retaliation.
FFFJ described the ban as "unconscionable attack on press freedom and to imperative of keeping the public informed on the proceedings of a trial whose outcome will be critical to the dismantling or persistence of the culture of impunity."
So, we don't have a private lawyer now because we were told [the] FFFJ [had] run out of funds for the continuation of our legal battle.
FFFJ helps those who have lost someone to acts of murder or manslaughter, with its drop-in centre providing a place for those affected by tragedy to confide with others.
In the threepage complaint, FFFJ claimed that Sindac allegedly ordered police officers on the ground to prevent the media from entering the camp.
Actress Crissy Rock, a patron of FFFJ, was among those supporting the Jones family as was Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson.
Their fight has been backed by city campaign group Families Fighting for Justice (FFFJ).
OLLY is a part of the charity Families Fighting for Justice (FFFJ), which was set up in 2008 by Jean Taylor.
She became a patron of Families Fighting For Justice (FFFJ) which campaigns on behalf of those who have lost loved ones through murder or manslaughter.