A 48-year-old woman inmate at the Perryville prison in Goodyear Arizona died after being left for four hours in an outdoor holding cell. She had first and second degree burns on her face and body. Her body temperature was 108 degrees.
Author: Zinzi Eka-Naphtali
On the 19th of May the family of Habib Ullah and campaign members attended the High Court for a Judicial Review Permission Hearing to challenge the IPCC’s decision which appeared to downgrade the investigation of the Police officers who had been present at the scene from a criminal investigation to a misconduct investigation.
Police are targeting thousands of political campaigners in surveillance operations and storing their details on a database for at least seven years, an investigation by the Guardian can reveal.
Sean Hodgson, now 57, saw his “unsafe” conviction for killing Teresa De Simone, 22, in her car in Southampton 30 years ago quashed by senior judges.
The popular chant from Elland Road Kop in the late 1960s – “The river Aire is chilly and deep, Olu-wa-le; Never trust the Leeds police, Olu-wa-a-le” – doesn’t actually feature in The Hounding of David Oluwale, Oladipo Agboluaje’s adaptation of Kester Aspden’s harrowing book.
INQUEST notes with sadness the self-inflicted death of 36 year old Alison Colk in HMP Styal on 8 January 2009, a prison with a disturbing history of deaths of vulnerable women. Deborah Coles, Co-Director of INQUEST said: “It is deeply shocking that a woman has died one day into her […]
4WardEver UK dedicates this publication to the late Pauline Campbell, who was sadly missed at this years rally following her untimely death early this year. “Your voice can still be heard”
The mother of Jean Charles de Menezes wept as she joined a 300-strong protest calling for an end to the deaths of people in state custody. Maria Otone de Menezes, 63, and her elder son Giovani da Silva, 36, marched to Downing Street alongside people whose loved ones died in police custody, prisons and psychiatric hospitals.