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Omar Khadr one step closer to justice

Omar Khadr one step closer to justice

Omar Khadr has once again been vindicated by the courts. The unanimous ruling by the Alberta Court of Appeals affirms what Omar's lawyers and supporters have maintained since his 2012…

Mother of Jeremiah Duggan has complaint about German investigation rejected

Mother of Jeremiah Duggan has complaint about German investigation rejected

The mother of a Golders Green student who died mysteriously in Germany in 2003 has had her complaint about the investigation into her son’s death rejected. Lawyers representing Erica Duggan…

One in three people not confident their complaint will be handled fairly by police, survey for IPCC shows

One in three people not confident their complaint will be handled fairly by police, survey for IPCC shows

One in three people in England & Wales are not confident that if they complain to the police their complaint will be handled fairly, according to a survey for the…

Are the police still putting reputation before truth?

Are the police still putting reputation before truth?

In the post Leveson days, when the upper echelons of the Met – and the police in general – had been dragged through the mill over links with the media,…

Police admit: “We failed Lloyd Butler”

Police admit: “We failed Lloyd Butler”

Lloyd Butler was failed by police officers, the West Midlands force admitted.Responding to the inquest verdict and the IPCC report, assistant chief constable Gary Cann admitted those involved in his…

Water cannon: policing by consent?

Water cannon: policing by consent?

On 10 June, the Mayor of London’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) announced that it had given the Metropolitan Police Service permission to purchase three second-hand water cannons, pre-empting…

Executing the intellectually disabled: a stronger prohibition

Executing the intellectually disabled: a stronger prohibition

On 21 February 1978, Freddie Hall and his accomplice, kidnapped, raped and murdered a young woman, and in a separate incident, killed a sheriff’s deputy.…

Forensic science is biased and inaccurate, but juries believe it and convict the innocent

Forensic science is biased and inaccurate, but juries believe it and convict the innocent

Nine days before death row inmate Earl Washington’s scheduled execution, his lawyers informed the state of Virginia that it was about to murder an innocent man.…

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