Mumia Abu-Jamal, incarcerated for decades for his actions during the black liberation struggle of the 1970s and 1980s, is petitioning for a new trial after the discovery of fresh evidence.
Kris Maharaj was sentenced to death in 1987 for a double Miami murder ‘he didn’t commit’. This was later reduced to life, in what the human rights organisation, Reprieve, has described as “an epic miscarriage of justice”.
Migrant Media are pleased to announce that they are going into production on a radical feature length documentary about the seminal case of the Bradford 12, supported by the BFI Doc Society Fund.
Every officer involved in the Daniel Morgan scandal will escape punishment, the police watchdog has announced, despite an independent inquiry finding that corruption in the Met police shielded the killers.
After decades of political and legal struggle, Mumia’s death sentence was finally overturned. However, he remains ‘incarcerated in Pennsylvania’s hellholes called prisons’ say his family and worldwide supporters.
In the five years since the Grenfell Tower fire, there have been four housing secretaries, three evacuated families are still awaiting permanent homes, and two phases of a public inquiry into the tragedy.
Some new measures would would completely remove an individual’s right to attend a protest. JUSTICE therefore opposes the Bill in its entirety, and will call on Parliamentarians to vote it down.
President Biden signed an executive order aimed at reforming policing practices on the second anniversary of the death of George Floyd. The order creates a national registry of officers fired for misconduct.