Barry George, the man who was wrongly jailed and served eight years for Jill Dando's murder, has spoken of his hope to see her killer face justice.
He told ITV's Daybreak: "First, as strange as it might seem, for her family because obviously they have been wronged and they've not been, I believe although I can't be positive, that they've not been told all the truth of the matter of what's happened. They've probably been deceived a little."
Miss Dando was shot dead outside her home in Fulham, west London, in April 1999.
After his conviction in July 2001, Mr George, of Fulham, was acquitted of killing the 37-year-old BBC presenter at a retrial in August 2008.
Earlier this month Mr George, 53, lost his legal battle for compensation as a victim of a "'miscarriage of justice" at the Court of Appeal.
Lord Justice Beatson and Mr Justice Irwin had rejected his claim that the Justice Secretary unfairly and unlawfully decided he was "not innocent enough to be compensated".
Today, Mr George, said: "I believe you are either guilty or you're innocent. You can't be not innocent enough. That doesn't make sense.
"There is no grey area. You've either done something or you haven't done it and I've been found not guilty of doing it."