When I pay my respects to Ron & Reg, I noticed that the plot is cared for. Last time I went was on 20 December 04 and all the roses were carefully pruned and the whole plots was clean (no autumn leaves left around). I think this chap is great to do this. If he does this every few weeks he probably lives in London. I hope I meet him one day when I visit Ron & Reg. I also have a little tidy up myself. There are always lots of flowers on the all the graves, especially Ron's & Reg's. Some are expensive wreaths and there are also a lot of messages for them all. I often see a wreath from Roberta with a loving message. She really loved Reg and if he were still alive today, would have been a lovely wife for him when he was eventually freed. Reg should have been released from jail a very long time ago. He should have been able to pick up his life and live happily with his loving wife. If he was a free man his cancer would have been recognised a lot earlier than it did and he probably would have been alive today. How cruel the prison doctors were to ignore his pleas of how ill he was. He had every right to treatment early, but he only got treatment for cancer when it was too late. My heart goes out to Reg, he was literally murdered by the so called authorities, who did not treat him for cancer at the beginning of his illness. The doctors must have known he was ill, but ignored it - that is more criminal than anything. Now Reg is with God in heaven, being looked after and is reunited with all his family and, of course, he first wife Frances, who he loved dearly. Also Ron got a raw deal as well, he only had a heart attack because of the way he was treated in Broadmoor. Both Ron and Reg should have been released years ago, they would both still be alive today. Another thing that makes me feel sad is that Ron's ex-wife Kate never seems to visit the graveside. It would be lovely if she could just visit an leave a little message and flowers for Ron.
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