The Police Kill People in Custody
This video clip exposes that there is one death in police custody every week. A few years ago there was a death in Bournemouth Police Station. The inquiry was supervised by the IPCC. The IPCC is not fit for purpose, it could do nothing to prosecute the officers who negligently shot Jean Charles de Menezes, the innocent Brazilian electrician who was held down and shot in the head with illegal dumdum bullets that are outlawed on battlefields by the Geneva Convention, and now the Hague Convention.
Nor could the IPCC do anything about the illegal assault of Ian Tomlinson, the newspaper salesman who later died after he was attacked by a police officer. The only reason that officer was finally charged, was due to constant media pressure and nothing to do with the IPCC.