Law

Nadeem Nawara

Palestinian father fights for justice for his son

A Palestinian father is fighting for justice after his son was murdered by Israeli troops two years ago. Palestinian Siam Nawara’s 17 year old son Nadeem Nawara, was killed on May 15th 2014, during a Nakba Day protest outside of Israel’s Ofer prison in the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah. Court days to bring his son’s murderers to justice[Read More…]

Daniel Shaver was fatally shot dead by police

Unarmed father shot by police

An unarmed father has been filmed begging for his life, just moments before he was shot by police in Texas. The officer in question was later identified as Philip ‘Mitch’ Brailsford and has since been terminated from Mesa Police Department and charged with second-degree murder after fatally shooting Daniel Shaver. The Mesa Police Department released information from its investigation of[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…]

Johnson and Johnson fined over carcinogenic talcum powder case

Johnson and Johnson fined over carcinogenic talcum powder case

US judges have ordered the pharmaceutical company Johnson and Johnson to pay $72 million in damages to the family of a deceased woman who claim that her cancer was caused by the talcum powder. This latest court case representing Jackie Fox of Birmingham, Alabama, was part of a broader claim in the city of St. Louis circuit court involving nearly[Read More…]

Former Eton student spared jail after sharing 2,000 images of babies being abused

Former Eton student spared jail after sharing 2,000 images of babies being abused

A former Eton college student has avoided jail after viewing thousands of sickening pictures of babies being sexually abused. Andrew Picard had 2,000 indecent images of children on his computer. The 18 year old was caught after he shared the material with an undercover police officer. His real name is Andrew  Boeckman, but he was allowed to use the name ‘Picard’[Read More…]