Tuesday, August 15, 2006

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Police want 'instant justice' power

The Association of Chief Police Officers (APCO) is considering pressing ministers to dispense punishment without the need for a court appearance. Guardian

Knife crime would be tackled by enabling officers to stop and search based on "reasonable suspicion" from previous convictions.In the above scenarios, the sentences would effectively be passed on the streets with an appeal to courts later.

Oh yes, 'summery justice'

Palestinians, shoot a man in a public square in the West Bank town of Jenin Sunday Aug. 13, 2006. The man, who was executed in front of hundreds of people, was accused of giving information to Israeli authorities. The victim was identified as Bassem Malah, 22, who worked in the Israeli Arab town of Umm al Fahm. (AP Photo/Mohammed Ballas)

No Appeal pending


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