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Sunday, 18 October 2015

Members of goverment guilty of IPP murder of 16 IPP Deaths




EVIDENCE OF LETTERS FROM THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND THE POPE THE   QUEEN WAS INSURED BY THE PRIMISTER. THE PRIMISTER PASSED THESE LETTERS ON TO   THE MINSTARY OF JUSTICE, AN GENCY NOT WORT PAPER ITS WRTERN ON. DELAYS HAVE COST 16 DEATHS. GOVERMENT NEEDS TO DO MORE AS A MATTER OF UREGENCY BEFORE WE HAVE MORE DEATH S


Saturday, 17 October 2015

Jailed for Life for Minor Crimes: The UK's Forgotten Prisoners exclusive interviews with familys and ......

October 7, 2015 |
In a three-month investigation, VICE News uses Freedom of Information laws, exclusive interviews, and prison reports to uncover the scandal of the 4,612 prisoners serving life sentences under abolished legislation — some for relatively minor crimes.
From 2005, judges in England and Wales started giving out a new kind of life sentence for offenses such as shoplifting, minor criminal damage, and affray (fighting in public).Indeterminate Sentences for Public Protection (IPPs) were found to breach the European Convention on Human Rights, and the government scrapped the sentence in 2012. But nobody did anything about the prisoners already inside.
Three-quarters of them have completed their mandatory minimum sentence, but still have no release date, at a cost to the taxpayer of $180 million a year. Sixteen inmates have killed themselves since the sentence's abolition.
Speaking to inmates, their families, lawyers, and a Parole Board veteran, VICE News exposes the UK's forgotten prisoners.
Watch: Institutionalized: Mental Health Behind Bars
Read: Exclusive: VICE News Investigates the UK's 4,500 Prisoners Doing Life for Minor Crimes


Film: Jailed for Life for Minor Crimes
https://news.vice.com/video/jailed-for-life-for-minor-crimes-the-uks-forgotten-prisoners




Sunday, 11 October 2015

Ipp injustice Mother Shirley Mccarthy


After my son incarceration  I did  loads of research, fianaly cracked, what happened at my sons trial,those solicitors need to be sued , im not going to leave them alone, until its justice is done, It seems like my son was tried and convicted, without the solicitor, taking any instructions, No defence statement made, Just NO DEFENCE!

Friday, 9 October 2015

JUSTICE MARCH FOR THE IPP,s

 

Daniel was sentenced to an IPP for a crime he committed in 2005 aged 20.  He was given a 2- 1/2 year tariff, meaning he had to serve 2 half years before he could apply for parole. He has  served 10 years  -  7- 1/2 years over his sentence to no fault of his own,  now 30 years old. The IPP was abolished in 2012  but delays in releasing the  prisoners  means  thousands  of prisoners who may have received  2 years …sentence remain through no fault of their own and who have not been given any release date and are unaffected by the recent legislation. They have  "served there sentence" they want to come home.

The government agency's  have fallen  short of progress  we need your support to find  justice. IPP March  Monday! 12th of October at 12pm-3pm outside Ministry of Justice, 102 petty France, London, SW1H9AJ. Everyone is welcome!       
                                                           
 
 

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

IPP LATEST NEWS Jailed for Life for Minor Crimes: The UK's Forgotten Prisoners. Video short advertisment at begining of the film.


Published on 6 Oct 2015
In a three-month investigation, VICE News uses Freedom of Information laws, exclusive interviews, and prison reports to uncover the scandal of the 4,612 prisoners serving life sentences under abolished legislation — some for relatively minor crimes.

From 2005, judges in England and Wales started giving out a new kind of life sentence for offenses such as shoplifting, minor criminal damage, and affray (fighting in public).

Indeterminate Sentences for Public Protection (IPPs) were found to breach the European Convention on Human Rights, and the government scrapped the sentence in 2012. But nobody did anything about the prisoners already inside.

Three-quarters of them have completed their mandatory minimum sentence, but still have no release date, at a cost to the taxpayer of $180 million a year. Sixteen inmates have killed themselves since the sentence's abolition.

Speaking to inmates, their families, lawyers, and a Parole Board veteran, VICE News exposes the UK's forgotten prisoners.



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Read "Exclusive: VICE News Investigates the UK's 4,500 Prisoners Doing Life for Minor Crimes" - http://bit.ly/1Liz2rz

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Sunday, 4 October 2015

A fight for Justice, IPP prisoners March Monday12th of October at 12pm-3pm outside ministry of justice, 102 petty France, London, SW1H9AJ. Only one week to go!



Please come and join us.

IPP Prisoners can be held indefinitely in prison and have no release date. The IPP was abolished in 2012 because it was ruled unlawful by the ECHR. However it was never made retrospective which means that approx 5,000 prisoners remain in prison indefinite...y at the cost of the British tax payer.https://www.facebook.com/groups/katherinegleeson17/