Tag Archive: IPCC

Initial Response of Satish Sekar to the Report by Richard Horwell QC


Richard Horwell QC has completed his report and it has been considered by the Home Secretary, who scraped back into Parliament by the skin of her teeth. Amber Rudd has welcomed it – no surprise there. Horwell thinks the failures…
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By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (July 4th 2016) Anniversary Thirteen years ago today Jeffrey Gafoor made history. Gafoor pleaded guilty to the murder of Lynette White. She was the victim of what was then (February 14th 1988) the most…
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Incapable of Belief

by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (January 24th 2009) Absurd The Cardiff Five is far from the only miscarriage of justice case from the 1980s and 90s that involves lying witnesses and proven malpractice by police, but it is the…
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So Who’s Next?

by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (December 24th 2008) Perjury Under Duress Mark Grommek, Learnne Vilday and Angela Psaila were sentenced to eighteen months imprisonment for perjury on December 19th. They are the first witnesses to be convicted of perjury…
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Same Old Story

by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (April 10th 2008) Extraordinary The extraordinary case of Gary Mills and Tony Poole is in the news again. After fourteen years of wrongful imprisonment, they were freed in June 2003 – the last seven…
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