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False Allegations

In the UK today ordinary people like you, with nothing to hide, can be falsely accused of sex offences and child protection issues on almost no evidence, and without any proper witnesses to support the story.
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Many innocent people are being falsely falsely accused of sex offences and child protection issues and having their lives turned upside down before any proper investigation… The effects are devastating for the accused, their families, friends and even the local community.

The ECHR Criminal justice system failing disabled people

The ECHR  Criminal justice system failing disabled people   Published: 11 Jun 2020 https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/our-work/news/criminal-justice-system-failing-disabled-people#:~:text=Having%20recently%20produced%20interim%20findings,order%20to%20ensure%20a%20fair Equality watchdog says criminal justice system is failing and leaving disabled citizens “bewildered”. https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/sites/default/files/evidence_base_inclusive_justice_a_system_designed_for_all.pdf FASO have highlighted this deficiency in their report the Welsh government. Making justice work in Wales dated 4.6.20 (similar is posted to England) seneddljc@senedd.wales para c and d are… Read more »

Corona Virus and Prisons

FASO SUPPORT In these unprecedented times, I put out an urgent request for you to email your MP/ministers with the following message, in an attempt to stop or minimise the possible dire consequences to part of the prison population. Margaret FASO 19.3.20 (See elsewhere for the FASO response to the elderly health care in prison… Read more »

Serious Crime Victims Wait Longer for Justice After Court Days Cut

Victims of serious crime now wait almost a year-and-a-half for the suspects to go on trial while judges sit “idle” after the government cut their sitting days – despite Guardian analysis finding almost half of all crown courtrooms in England and Wales are empty each day. Government statistics show that the average crown court case… Read more »