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This is the full version of my Internation New York Times column on the crisis in British policing, published last month under the title ‘Britain’s Bobbies in the Dock’ 1,186 more words


Sorry, you don’t Deserve it!

The infamous day of 12th April reminds us about the atrocity and sectarian violence that has claimed the life of dozens of innocent citizens in northwest province of Pakistan. 720 more words

Death sentence to Sawan Masih of Joseph colony is an apparent miscarriage of justice : Nafisa Shah

Islamabad : PPP Human Rights cell has called the award of death sentence to Sawan Masih of Joseph colony an apparent miscarriage of justice which will further marginalise the minorities. 185 more words

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Stations of the Cross-3 Jesus is condemned by the Sanhedrin

Jesus was bound and He took the 5th

The readings for this section are found in John 18:19-24 and Matthew 26:57-67.

They bound him and took him to the home of Annas, the father-in-law of Caiaphas, the High Priest. 706 more words

More on the Criminal and "Professional Liar, Dr. Celeste Van Rooyen

From the publication “Family Law Week”

Re NL (A Child) (Appeal: Interim Care Order: Facts and Reasons) EWHC 270 (Fam)

Appeal by a mother against the interim removal of her newborn baby… 7,622 more words


The World’s Longest Serving Death Row Inmate Is Freed Pending Retrial

An aging prisoner thought to be world’s longest serving death row inmate has been released pending a retrial, as fresh doubt emerges over the evidence used to convict him. 131 more words

When justice is delayed… by decades

For all those who say there’s no need to reform our criminal justice system, consider what happened to Glenn Ford.