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Babar Ahmad: Jailed And Abused By UK Police For An Alleged Terror Crime In The US

WAS Babar Ahmad, as devour Muslim, assaulted by four police officers – Pcs Nigel Cowley, 33, Roderick James-Bowen, 40, Mark Jones, 43, and Det Con John Donohue, 36 – on 2 December 2003? The system at Southwark Crown Court will decide. The four men will plead not guilty.

When Mr Ahmad was arrested in Decemebr 2003, the four accused were working in the Metropolitan Police’s territorial support group (TSG).
Simon Clement, head of the CPS special crime division said in August 2010:

“Mr Ahmad suffered a number of injuries during that arrest, including heavy bruising to the head, neck, wrists and feet.”

The talk is of 73 injuries.

On 18-Mar-2009:

In a historic, unprecedented victory, the Metropolitan Police admits full liability for subjecting Babar Ahmad to grave abuse tantamount to torture and offers to pay him £60,000 (US$100,000) in damages. The admission, at the High Court in London, receives worldwide press coverage. Babar Ahmad is present in court to hear the admission.

Right now Mr Ahmad is being held in Long Lartin prison in Worcestershire. Babar Ahmad, 36, is the longest-serving prisoner held without charge or trial in the UK.

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Posted: 22nd, September 2010 | In: Reviews | Comment