by: The Independent
published: 03 February 2014
Five police officers and a solicitor could face criminal charges over the death of a man restrained and forced to the ground during a routine stop-and-search operation six years ago.
The officers face possible charges of manslaughter and perverting the course of action after it emerged that they had changed their initial accounts of how Habib Ullah, 39, died at a car park in High Wycombe in July 2008.
originally by: IRR News | 12 December 2013
On Friday 20 December campaigners will hold a vigil in High Wycombe to mark the birthday of Habib Ullah who died in police custody in July 2008.
provided by Saqib Deshmukh
published: June 2013
Habib “Paps” Ullah, aged 39, died on the 3rd July 2008 after he was stopped for a routine drugs search by Thames Valley Police Officers in High Wycombe.
On Weds 3rd July 2013 we will be holding a vigil to mark the 5th Anniversary of Habib’s death outside High Wycombe Police station between 5-7.30pm.
Five years on the family are continuing to fight to get answers and are close to concluding the CPS part of the process and remain hopeful of a criminal investigation taking place against the 5 officers who were at the scene.
We will be joined by the family of Philmore Mills from Slough whose father died in 2011 whilst being restrained by TVP officers in Wexham Park Hospital and the family of Zulf Shah who are waging an ongoing battle against the police and the authorities after years of racial harassment & anti-social behaviour in the town.
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