Struggle to adjust; RELEASED AFTER 21 YEARS ON DEATH ROW.
Richey will face major stresses and challenges as he tries to adapt to a world which has changed dramatically.
Mr Stephen said one of the first things to hit Richey will be a barrage of sensations after years in captivity. And once the initial elation dies down, problems are likely to emerge, such as depression and stress, which will need counselling. Mr Stephen, a committee member of the Miscarriages of Justice Organisation in Scotland, said: "He will find it difficult to co-habit.
"His mother will have unreal expectations of how things are going to be and he may have unreal expectations.
"This guy needs to go off on his own for a time."
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Jan 8, 2008|
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