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This house believes we should extradite criminals and terrorists

Event Details

   
Event : This house believes we should extradite criminals and terrorists
Start : 29 Nov, 2012 18:30
End : 29 Nov, 2012 20:30
Description :

Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL
Tube: Russell Square, Euston, Euston Square.
(*Refreshments will be provided)

Organised by Society of Black Lawyers


Speakers include:
Imran Khan Imran Khan & partners
Hamja Ahsan Brother of Talha Ahsan
Alun Jones QC Great James Street Chambers
Asim Quershi Cage Prisoners campaign
Gareth Peirce Solicitor of Julian Assange (TBC)
Chair : Bell Ribeiro-Addy, Society of Black Lawyers


With the extradition of Abu Hamza, immediately followed by Talha Ahsan and Barbar Ahmad; then the decision not to extradite Gary McKinnon, and the ongoing debate around Julian Assange, there seem to be discrepancies in the application of the law. The public are confused, and the Government and the Judiciary don’t seem far behind.

Individuals from across society have united on each side of the debate. Both cohorts have demanded a change in the legislation. Moving forward what changes if any should be made in the law or its application?

There are a limited number of places for this event. To register please email your name to admin@blacklawyer.org

 

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