Letter from an IPP prisoner

One of the few lucky ones, a parolee describes his feelings about those who got away and continue to get away with introducing Indeterminate sentences for public protection I got given an Indeterminate sentence for public protection (IPP) at 17 for possession of a firearm which I have never claimed to not have been a… Read More

“UK prisoners serving inhumane indefinite sentences may have lost appeals for their freedom because non-existent offences had been wrongly included in their files”

Founder of Media Diversified Samantha Asumadu has been moonlighting for openDemocracy. We know It’s hard for some to care about prisoners, but we should all care about a prison system used to effectively torture individual prisoners. This article is the first in our series about indeterminate sentences for public protection My latest investigative story for… Read More