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Frances Newton – Innocent Woman Executed
On Wednesday 14th September 2005, Frances Newton became the third woman to die in Texas’ death chamber since executions resumed in 1982, and the first black woman to be executed in the state since the Civil War.
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Deaths in police and prison custody
Question of Justice Broadcast 27th April 2008 on Press TV Produced by Islamic Human Rights Commission. “Deaths in Police and Prison Custody” Guests: – Deborah Coles (Co-Director, Inquest) – Janet Alder (Campaigner against deaths in custody) – Pauline Campbell (Trustee, Howard League) Plus an interview with Nick Hardwick, Chair of the IPCC
Frank Ogboru became another victim to die following physical restraint by police officers. He had been on holiday in Britain for three weeks when he got into an argument with the girlfriend of a friend.
Ian died on 1st April 2009 after being assaulted by a police officer at the G20 demonstrations in London. He was hit with a baton and thrown to the ground.
James was shot dead in front of his girlfriend during a night-time raid by police who wrongly believed he might be armed.
Jean Charles DeMenezes
The family of Jean have vowed to continue their battle to bring criminal charges against the officers involved in shooting him dead.
John Maloney & Terence Wheelock
John Junior, from Crumlin in Dublin, was arrested in May 2003 but was found unconscious shortly after being released and died 11 days later in hospital.
A creative experimental no budget art documentary following the production of a 22ft by 6ft mosaic and ceramic wall, by art collective The Treatment Rooms, dedicated to Luis Ramirez executed on Texas death row.