Backing for death inquiry

The sons of a Scots woman whose body was found in the sea off Crete have received support from the UK Government in their quest for answers more than five years after her death.

Jean Hanlon, who lived on Crete, went missing in March 2009 and was found four days later near Heraklion. Her sons, Michael, David and Robert Porter, want a new investigation.

Michael Porter said officials from the Foreign Office had told him a letter would be written on behalf of the Government to state there was enough evidence that Ms Hanlon, 53, was placed in the water.

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