The wife of an SAS sniper jailed for illegally possessing a gun has written to the Prime Minister asking to meet to discuss the "injustice" of her husband's sentence.
In a letter seen by the Sunday Telegraph, Sally Nightingale asked Cameron not to "ignore" her family "in the hour of our greatest need", and urged him to intervene.
I would like to speak to you face-to-face and explain in person why this sentence is such an injustice,
Prime Minister, you can help my husband and his family. Your intervention can end his detention.
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