Introduction by 4WardEverUK – “Although the articles featured on this page are a few years old, we felt it important to give this debate further exposure once more, and ask; “How can a condition not recognised by medical institutions be used to explain away controversial deaths”
Author: Tippa Naphtali
Tony Timpa wailed and pleaded for help more than 30 times as Dallas police officers pinned his shoulders, knees and neck to the ground. “You’re gonna kill me! You’re gonna kill me! You’re gonna kill me!”
An inquest jury has concluded that police restraint of a man from Coventry who died days after being arrested contributed to his death. Darren Cumberbatch died in hospital nine days after being restrained by police in July 2017.
Survivors and bereaved of Grenfell Tower are to tell the government that it risks allowing a second disaster by “going through the motions” and failing to tackle the root causes of the fire.
Campaigning news collective, 4WardEverUK, has launched a new website to raise both awareness and funds for an initiative inspired by Mikey Powell, who died in police custody on 7th September 2003.
The girlfriend of an unarmed man shot dead by police seven years ago has spent more than £50,000 to become a lawyer in an attempt to clear his name. Anthony Grainger was gunned down in a car park in 2012 while sat in a car alongside two friends.
The police watchdog is investigating the information passed to officers before a father-of-two, Trevor Smith, was shot dead as armed police carried out a raid at his fourth floor flat in Lee Bank, in the early hours of March 15.
Scotland’s fatal accident investigation system must be overhauled, Fife councillors have demanded. Members said it was unacceptable that families were waiting up to eight years for fatal accident inquiries to be conducted.