Graffiti artists are sentenced to up to 18 months in prison for non-violent offences, whereas 3 in 4 people caught with a firearm in 2008 avoided prison. I propose a change in legislation that will punish graffiti offenders by making them repay their debt to the community they damaged through community service, namely cleaning graffiti.
On 18th May 2010 gay Malawi couple – Steven Monjeza and Tiwonge Chimbalanga – were convicted of gross indecency and unnatural acts by a Malawi court and now face up to 14 years in prison. They were taken into custody after celebrating their engagement in December 2009. They have been convicted simply because of who […]
Jamal Parchment was convicted as part of the Joint Enterprise law for a murder he never committed, even the judge stated he wasn't the murderer but was still sentenced to life of 30 years imprisonment. we intend to fight to clear his name for as long as its necessary. We need YOUR help!, and would […]
As parents we want the right to be able to view the sex offender register for our area, were not asking for press releases were asking for the right to know about all perpetrators residing or working in our areas. With respect, as a victim of a serial paedophile, and as now a mother, i […]
Yesterday Reena and I met with the London Sikh Centre (after organising Reena's wedding at their gurdwara) who have asked us to create a facebook event with the attempt to get together as many members of the young sikh community. Some of you may already be aware that 17 of our sikh brothers are captured […]