Browsing All posts tagged under »Police brutality«

Petition – Stop Police Brutality in the UK

August 24, 2011


Please make your voices heard by ‘signing’ the petition I set up via the HM Government website today. Help to stop police brutality in the UK and hold police officers more accountable for their actions. There have been 3 deaths in the last month at the hands of the police. Let’s remind the police that […]

Police #Brutality – Who’s policing the police?!

August 23, 2011


I find myself dumbstruck at the latest evidence of police brutality in the UK leading to the death of another young man. An inquiry has been launched into the death of Jacob Michael, 25, after ELEVEN police officers arrested him. Jake had called 999 after receiving threats, which led to his own death at the […]

Iranians protest over UK police “savagery” in riots

August 14, 2011


* Demo follows officials’ criticism of UK police handling of unrest * Britain says it’s happy to talk human rights; urges Iran to do the same TEHRAN, Aug 14 (Reuters) – Some 200 students held a demonstration outside the British embassy in Tehran on Sunday to protest at what President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called the “savage” […]

UK riots – police brutality

August 10, 2011


Although I am not overly shocked by what this country is experiencing in the way of riots (it’s shocking, but I’m not shocked) I in no way condone it. Something else I don’t condone, though, is police brutality. The public called for the police to be more heavy handed in protecting our cities, our businesses […]