A new BBC thriller will tell the tale of the British women duped into sham marriages of up to 20 years by secret police officers who infiltrated their lives only to gain intelligence.’
In 1991, a neo-Nazi white supremacist gang was terrorizing the streets of Los Angeles. The reason these violent thugs could run amok was because they were deputies at the Lynwood Sheriff’s station.
In 1989, Clarence Moses-EL, who is African-American, was sentenced to 48 years in prison after a woman said she dreamed he was the man who raped and beat her in the dark.
The recently released ‘Stop and Search: the Anatomy of a Police Power’ provides a compelling analysis of the issues around the power that allows officers to invade an individual’s privacy and intrude into people’s liberty.
More South Africans died in police custody or because of police action in the past year than previously, while rapes and torture incidents also increased.
A former Harrow pupil found dead on a German motorway did not commit suicide despite police in the country insisting he killed himself, a coroner has ruled. Coroner Andrew Walker “totally rejected” suicide as a cause of death.
The Chief Constable of West Midlands Police has apologised to the mother of Birmingham dad Lloyd Butler who died while suffering a heart attack in police custody.
‘In 2014, we’re locking up Indigenous Australians at an increasing rate, and some states are not even taking basic steps to keep people alive while they’re behind bars.’