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Month: March 2011
The IAP have published their mid term report, which provides an overview of the key achievements made by the IAP in the 18 months since its creation in April 2009, along with proposed next steps the IAP wish to take in the next 18 months.
The family of reggae star Smiley Culture said police had “a lot to answer to” after his death earlier this week. The singer, whose real name was David Emmanuel, died at his home in Surrey on Tuesday morning following a police raid. His family have been told he stabbed himself while making a cup of tea in his kitchen while police were still inside his home.
The sudden death of UK reggae icon Smiley Culture during a police raid by the Metropolitan Police Serious and Organised Crime Squad has sent shockwaves through the UK urban music scene and black communities.
Questions are being raised within Black communities in London over reports that the former singer ‘killed himself’.
17 March 2011 will mark four years since the death of one of the stalwarts of the campaign movement against deaths in police custody and abuse by police and prison officers in the United Kingdom.
The family of Daniel Morgan leave the Old Bailey after three men are acquitted of charges over the 1987 murder of a private investigator who was found with an axe embedded in his head in a pub car park.