Posts Tagged ‘deaths in custody remembrance’

originally published: 6th July 2009 On the 3rd of July 2009 the Justice for Habib ‘Paps’ Ullah campaign held a vigil and a public meeting to mark the first anniversary of his death. The vigil outside High Wycombe Police Station from 3-7pm was attended by over 60 people over the four hours and was a […]

originally published: 21st May 2009 Police surveillance of a peaceful protester was ruled unlawful today in a decision that lawyers say will change the way demonstrations and protests are policed. Judges ruled that specialist ­surveillance units from the Metropolitan police had breached the human rights of Andrew Wood, an arms trade campaigner, when they photographed […]

originally published: 30th May 2009 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 […]