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UN shines the spotlight on VIP child abuse

UN shines the spotlight on VIP child abuse

Children are not safe in Britain and those who perpetuate abuse against them are regularly evading jail, according to a new report. Research published by the UN revealed that professional and business status abusers -many with connections to charities abroad – are able to operate with impunity and without fear of arrest. The report also showed that there is a[Read More…]

Taj Patterson

Hasidic Jewish men avoid jail after brutal beating of black man

Two Hasidic Jewish men who admitted to brutally beating up and blinding a gay, black man in New York City have been spared jail. Instead they were sentenced to 150 hours community sentence and only had to pay $1,400 to the victim in compensation. Fashion student Taj Patterson has been left permanently blind in his right eye after being set[Read More…]

Police officer beats pregnant woman into an early miscarriage

Police officer beats pregnant woman into an early miscarriage

A pregnant woman from the US has filed a lawsuit after a police officer beat her so badly that she suffered a miscarriage. Lawyers for Kenya Harris said that police officer Ryan Jenkins threatened to beat her up when she came to pick her son up – a minor – up when he had been arrested. Ms Harris had gone[Read More…]

A deadly start to the Spring: Terrorist incident kills 34 and injures 200 in Belgium

A deadly start to the Spring: Terrorist incident kills 34 and injures 200 in Belgium

More than 30 people have reportedly been killed and many more injured following a terrorist attack which occurred in Brussels airport. It has been reported that the Islamic State (IS) have claimed responsibility for the bombings, which took place just a day after the Spring Equinox. So far it has been reported that 34 people have died in the incident,[Read More…]

Elizabeth E. Coker

Texas judge resigns after reports she unlawfully helped prosecutors to win convictions

A judge has unwittingly helped to uncover the shambolic nature of the US justice system after she was court texting advice to prosecutors to help them to win convictions. Texas district Judge Elizabeth E. Coker is now reported to have resigned after sending text messages to prosecutors with suggestions on questions to ask in court in order to secure a[Read More…]