source: Bucks Free Press
published: 3 July 2017
The family of a man who died while being restrained by Thames Valley Police officers have paid tribute to their “beloved” relative on the ninth anniversary of his death.
Habib ‘Paps’ Ullah died during a police stop-and-search in Sharrow Vale in High Wycombe on July 3, 2008 after a package of class A drugs became lodged in his throat.
A month-long inquest into Mr Ullah’s death in February 2015 concluded the 39-year-old did not die as a result of an “unlawful killing” however found police officers “poorly managed” the situation.
Mr Ullah’s family vowed to fight for justice following his death and launched campaign group “Justice for Paps”.