Caroline Igoe campaigners quote Nazi propaganda

Caroline Igoe. Picture: Comp

Caroline Igoe. Picture: Comp

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SUPPORTERS of a would-be model ordered to serve at least 20 years for murdering her boyfriend are quoting Nazi propaganda in their bid to free her.

Caroline Igoe was jailed in 2010 after shooting Martyn Barclay in the head.

Now, on a Facebook page entitled The Case of Caroline Igoe, campaigners of the 35-year-old have published the words of Hitler’s henchman Joseph Goebbels. The paragraph reads: “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.”

Supporters claim Igoe was convicted using only circumstantial evidence and “deserves to have her full case heard in court”.

At her trial, the High Court in Edinburgh heard Igoe and Mr Barclay rowed over money before she shot him in the Inch. Her brother Paul was jailed for six years for attempting to cover up the crime.