Articles

A Fair Cop – The Ultimate Price

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (April 14th 2017) Lessons Learned? The USA restored the death penalty after a four year break in 1976. There had been no executions since 1967 – the Supreme Court ruled the statutes unconstitutional in…
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Killer Cops – The Failure of Deterrence

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (April 14th 2017) Deterrence? Article 50 has been triggered, but it has emerged that many Brexit supporters want more than tighter immigration controls – they want the return of capital punishment too, but what…
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Supporting Emmy

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (March 23rd 2017) Launched During the recently concluded Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations, Empower-Sport and The Fitted-In Project took A Sporting Chance of After-care to Zambia. We highlighted the cases of Robins Kilambe, Satchmo…
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Proven Innocent

by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 9th 2011) Presumed Guilty “I don’t care about the money,” is a frequent refrain of the innocent. “I want my name back and an apology.” Usually they get neither, because miscarriage of justice…
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Marginal Benefits – Judge for yourself

Fitted In: The Cardiff 3 and the Lynette White Inquiry We are disappointed that in his judgement of the case brought by Graham Mouncher and others for compensation, the judge hearing that case Mr Justice Wyn Williams chose to attack…
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