A memorial service has been held for a woman who died trying to clear her name after being convicted of killing her aunt.
Susan May from Oldham was found guilty of murder in 1992. She has always denied it, and was due to discover within weeks whether her latest appeal would be granted.
A memorial service has been held for a woman from Oldham who died trying to clear her name.
Susan May served 12 years in prison for killing her aunt in 1993, a crime she claimed she didn't commit has died.
Friends and family will hold the service later today.
Friends of Oldham woman Susan May, who was jailed for the murder of her elderly aunt, say they will carry on fighting to clear her name - even after her death.
A woman from Oldham who was campaigning to clear her name after being jailed for murdering her elderly aunt has died as she waited for a decision on whether to grant her an appeal.
Susan May, who was 68, served 12 years in prison for killing Hilda Marchbank at her home in Royton in 1993.
It's claimed new evidence has emerged which could help clear the name of a woman who was convicted of murdering her aunt.
Susan May was released from prison eight years ago but has always maintained she did not kill Hilda Marchbank at her home in Oldham in the early 1990s
Now a report from an international expert casts doubt on the claim that Susan May left a handprint in blood at the scene, which was a major part of the evidence against her.