Jamaican woman’s death in British Serco private prison

This is what happens when everything gets privatised! Then protected to hide corruption.

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This video says about itself:

Home Office cover-up on Serco-run Yarl’s Wood abuse?

21 April 2014

UN inspector Rashida Manjoo calls for an end to violence against women after being ‘denied access’ to Yarl’s Wood in Bedfordshire, UK.

A UNITED Nations investigator has raised a ‘deep concern’ that she was denied access to Yarl’s Wood Immigration Centre on a recent visit.

Speaking at a press conference in London on the 15th April 2014, special rapporteur Rashida Manjoo called on the government to ‘eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls’ after visiting the UK to study the issue.

She said: “I regret that, despite my repeated requests, a visit to Yarl’s Wood IDC was not facilitated by the government, and that my access to the centre was denied, when I tried to visit it independently.”

She said she believed an order to stop her gaining access to…

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2 responses to “Jamaican woman’s death in British Serco private prison

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