Scott Lomax was born in 1982 and is a true crime writer and campaigner for truth and justice. A former student of the University of Sheffield, where he graduated with a degree in Archaeology and Prehistory in July 2004, He has been writing since the age of eight. His earliest work was written for personal interest but later he began to submit articles for publication in magazines, a number of which were printed. Whilst at university he wrote for both his university student news website and a national student website. He has recently had articles printed in local newspapers. Additionally he has had articles relating to true crime placed on several websites. Many of his articles can be viewed by visiting the 'Published Articles' page of his website. Much of his work has concerned cases of suspected miscarriages of justice, although he writes about crime in general. He has campaigned for a number of individuals. Two of these (Graham Huckerby and James Power) had their convictions quashed by the Court of Appeal in December 2004.
At the age of 21 he had his debut book, The Case of Barry George, published by Authors OnLine, later updated to form Who Killed Jill Dando?. The book discusses the murder of Jill Dando, the investigation into the murder and the subsequent controversial conviction of Barry George. It was the first piece of writing to document all of the evidence, expose the weaknesses in the prosecution