WELCOME TO JUSTICE FOR
(aka Chris Docherty Puncheon)
This website is designed to give viewers the chance to learn more about Chris and the two crimes of which he was convicted. It will give you the chance to hear the full story and not just what was reported in the newspapers and on the television. It will give you the opportunity to see what little evidence was used to convict Chris and help you understand why he is not guilty of these crimes. This is British justice at its worst. True justice cannot be achieved by convicting the wrong person and letting the guilty person walk free. Read on and we are sure that you will come to the same conclusion that we have, and that is, that Chris Nudds (aka Chris Docherty Puncheon) is not guilty of these two murders. He deserves to be set free or at the very least, offered a re-trial, being judged on all the evidence (of which there is very little) and not just on an alleged cell confession. Any resulting re-trial, we are sure would prove Chris to be NOT GUILTY!
Chris Nudds was convicted in February 2006 of the murder of a traveller by the name of Fred Moss who went missing from his home in Sawbridgeworth, Herts on 30th November 2004. Although no body was ever found Fred Moss's disappearance was treated as murder.
Chris was sentenced to life imprisonment and will not be considered for parole until he has served 30 years.
In November 2012 Chris was convicted of the murder of Colonel Robert 'Riley' Workman, who was murdered in his own home in January 2004. No real evidence other than an alleged cell mate confession and dubious witness sightings of Chris's vehicle, in the area of the murder, on the night of the murder was offered to the court.
The judge told Chris, after he was found guilty by the jury, of the murder of Colonel Workman, that had both these cases been tried together he would have sentanced him to 40 years in prison. However, as he had already served 8 years of his earlier sentance he would now serve 32 years before being considered for parole.
Later on, on this website you will see more comments from the judge, made during his summing up. I am sure you will find them most interesting.
Much has been written about Chris in the local Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire newspapers, and in the national newspapers and on the TV, all of it negative and damning, with none of the media representatives ever giving him chance to tell his side of things. Any interest from any of these parties would be welcome if it gives him the opportunity to rectify this.
Thank you for reading our comments. We sincerely hope they give you a better understanding of what happened with regard to both these murders. Remember justice can only be done by finding the real culprits guilty, not by locking up an innocent man.
The families of both Fred Moss and Colonel Workman deserve true justice. They need the real perpetrator of these crimes to be found guilty. Chris is not that person. He is innocent of both of these crimes and he and his support team will continue to fight to overturn these convictions until he is free man, no matter how long that takes!
Thank you for taking an interest in our website. After you have read through it please leave any comments of support, if you have any, through our 'Contact Us' page. These will be printed and sent on to Chris. Should you have any questions, ask, we will answer all we can. Any other comments are welcome although any of an abusive nature will be edited or removed. We reserve the right to publish, on this website, all comments and questions. please indicate in your email if you would rather not have them printed.
CHRIS IS INNOCENT.
Appeal for information
The supporters of the 'Justice for Chris Nudds (aka Chris Docherty Puncheon)'' campaign would like to appeal for information. It is vital, that, if anyone has any information about the disappearance of Fred Moss or the murder of Colonel Robert 'Riley' Workman or any other information which would assist us in our quest for justice for Chris, that they come forward with it. Any information can be passed on to us via this website or direct to Chris's legal team.