Sally Clark, the solicitor and mother who found herself the unwitting victim of bad science and worse policy, has died at home aged just 42.
Hopefully she is now at peace.
Hopefully the arrogant medical charlatans who wrongly accused her of murdering her children will face their punishment in this world and the next.
Hopefully the fat, shaven headed, wheezing lumpen thugs to whom we delegate policing will respect her memory, and not whisper their lingering doubts over her innocence behind their hands.
Hopefully a political establishment and culture which for 40 years has sought to weaken and snap the bonds between parent and child will learn at least some lessons from a 'prosecution' that hid a persecution.
We live in hope.
That Sally was a solicitor has always been irrelevant to her case. The tragedy of Sally Clark, a woman wrongly accused of killing her own babies, has reached its last act, and the State which persecuted her might feel some relief at the thought of the curtain finally coming down.
That they should be so lucky.