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F.A.T.A.L. News Alert: January 2013

Families UnitedPosted: 2nd February 2013

The event on the 27 January 2013 ‘HOW CORONERS & PATHOLOGISTS BREAK THE LAW AND COVER UP TRUE CAUSES OF DEATH OF OUR LOVED ONES IN THE MORTUARY AND AT INQUESTS’ was well attended and well received.

All the speakers delivered inspirational information with an important message.

Speakers from organisations agreed that it is imperative that we unite together with one common cause if we are to ensure justice is delivered to all and the rights of the families are protected.

Guest speakers included Ivan Biddle former post mortem technician and whistleblower, Michael Doherty director of JusticeNOW, Michael Spalding representing S.D.P.C (Sudden Deaths Police Complaints), Roger Gough from Duck Shoot blog.

Special guest speaker Margaret Lockwood Croft from the Marchioness Disaster Group.

FATAL UK is proud to announce that we are now working closely with S.D.P.C. (Sudden Death Police Complaints).

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  1. Injustice in this country is becoming a nightmare. I don’t think we are on the right track. More we complain, more petitions we sign, more injustice there is. I,m afraid we might be reaching a point of no return. Our country is becoming a police dictatorship. My wife was about to be murdered on her job by a racist Polish fellow worker and his friends. I tried to get help from everyone just to try to keep her alive, including the police, but I had no help. I tried to speak to the bully himself, but he was not interested in speaking to me, but instead he just started taking pictures of me on his mobile. I started banging in his car to call his attention, and broke an head light. The police came to our home with so much rage that almost finished murdering us. We are an old couple, and I never brake the law. They accused me of being angry, taking the low in my own hands and criminal damages. I have proof for everything that happen. The police reacted by friendship with the Polish man. They refused to listen to my side of the story, threatened me with a long jail sentence if I don’t plead guilty, and was never allowed a trial. When a person’s life is less important then a £15 pounds headlight, I think that it will take more than a little petition to straight things up. We should get all together, get rid of the government who supports such atrocities, elect a government capable of changing all of our justice system, and get justice for all the crimes committed by the police.