Pathologists – a Question of Law

January 17, 2013 in Events, Reform & Corruption by Larry Fedja

Coroners Courtsby: FATAL Campaign UK
published: 16 January 2013

FATAL UK and Associates invite you to a special gathering with key speakers for a lively discussion and debate

“HOW CORONERS & PATHOLOGISTS BREAK THE LAW AND COVER UP TRUE CAUSES OF DEATH OF OUR LOVED ONES IN THE MORTUARY AND AT INQUESTS”

The event will be opened by Fatal UK representatives Jacqueline Chang, Campaign Manager and contributions from Hilary Abrey and Bettty Lowenthal, Advocacy Victim Supporters and Campaigners

Invited Speakers :

  • Ivan Biddle former post mortem technician and whistleblower
  • Margaret Lockwood Croft, Head of the Marchioness Disaster Group

The event will offer audiences and supporters the opportunity to hear real life stories, about individual cases, the illegal bad practices, corruption and cover up in institutions.

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9th Memorial for Mikey Powell

September 7, 2012 in Custody Deaths & Abuse, Psychiatric Deaths & Abuse by Larry Fedja

Mikey : RIP – In 2009 an inquest jury ruled that Mikey was killed by police officers

The Powell family have announced a candlelight vigil to be held for Mikey, killed in police custody in 2003. The vigil will be taking place in Birmingham, West Midlands.

Mikey died after police knocked him down with a patrol car, discharged more than four times the recommended amount of CS spray on both Mikey and his friend, and hit him with a police baton. Up to eight officers held him down on the ground for at least 16 minutes and then took him to a police station and not a hospital. Sign book of condolence >
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Candlelit Vigil:

9th September 2012
7.00pm – 8.00pm
Thornhill Road Police Station
Thornhill Road
Handsworth
Birmingham, B20
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Church Service:

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UK activists rally on anniversary of Rigg’s custody death

August 25, 2012 in Custody Deaths & Abuse, Remembrance by UFFC Admin

originally by: PressTV
published: 23 August 2012

Hundreds of campaigners and legal professionals have marched for a memorial meeting on the anniversary of Sean Rigg’s death in the British police custody.

On Tuesday August 21, around 200 people attended Rigg’s memorial at Lambeth Town Hall, south London, in order to mark four years since the death of the mentally ill black man in police custody.

Showing a documentary called “Who Policies the Police?” which highlighted the police excuses given for Sean’s death, the demonstrators also chanted slogans such as “No Justice, No Peace” and “Who Killed Sean Rigg? Brixton police killed Sean Rigg”.

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