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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By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 27th 2011) Prevention It’s been over 20 years since Lynette White was brutally murdered in the Butetown district of Cardiff. A lot has changed, including the use of forensic sciences and how advances…
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Unaddressed Needs – Part Three – Motes and Specks

Fitted In – An Integrated Approach[1] by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (June 1st 2011) Lectures If we intend to keep handing out lectures on human rights to other governments, then we have to address our own failings. There are seven…
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A Bulging Underlay

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (July 16th 2013) Inadequate I am disappointed, but not surprised in the least by the latest failure of the processes imposed on the public by public authorities that have failed those they promised to…
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By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (April 23rd 2011) Unconscionable The Dutch criminal justice has a good reputation abroad. Even activists, when told about the now notorious Lynette White Inquiry as the battle to free the Cardiff Three was nearing…
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