They could have done, yeah - his release was an executive act not a judicial one.
He was set free "get it" he is out of the judicial system = free man , he cannot go back into the system and make an appeal .
He can if the Scottish have a vehicle for a Civil Law Suit for Wrongful Prosecution and try and prove his innocence that way - but by all means his appeals are done and over with .
Doesn't explain why it was made a condition of his release or why bollocknaise is so upset about his story being told.
It was not made a condition of his release - your own link says he dropped it himself . If he wanted to appeal they would have to keep him in prison to the end of the hearing [innocent or guilty] which by that time he might have died , so he dropped it for the compassionate release .
bollocknaise is not upset about his story being told - I am not even sure how you imagine that one either - she only said that he cannot be exonerated through the media has to be through the court - he can by your link publish anything he wants in the media
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