Category: Crime & Justice
A police force has apologised after an officer used a Taser on a blind man whose white stick was mistaken for a sword.
GlaxoSmithKline to pay $3billion fine after pleading guilty to healthcare fraud – the biggest in U.S. history
A UK drugs firm has been hit with a $3billion penalty after admitting to the ‘biggest healthcare fraud in history’.
Now in an Italian court, there has been a landmark ruling for a child whose parents claim that his autism was triggered by MMR.
It’s no secret that people in the United States would probably laugh if you spoke about meditation techniques to help prisoners. But in other countries including India and Thailand, they take rehabilitation much more seriously and meditation is an important part of the process. One prison that has an excellent track record in helping prisoners is in Kenya where prison officials teach meditation techniques to help prisoners.
A teenage boy has admitted religiously harassing a McDonald’s employee by repeatedly teasing her for being a practicing Pagan.
Over the last few years, we’ve noticed that nearly every victory the FBI celebrates against terrorism is actually about stopping its own terrorist plots that it feeds to hapless individuals displaying little to no aptitude for actual terrorism.
A man from Somerset is to appear in court charged with damaging a prehistoric monument near Wells.
The survey, which was endorsed by the American Correctional Chaplains Association, interviewed 730 prison chaplains, and has a lot of interesting things to say about religion in the American prison system.
More than 200 crimes a day are being committed against Britain’s historic sites, a report warns today, prompting fears that “irreversible harm” is being done to the country’s heritage.
THIEVES have stolen thousands of pounds’ worth of rare Saxon silver coins from the Museum of St Albans, which represent the rich history and heritage of the district.
Drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline has preliminarily agreed to a $3 billion settlement over the sales and marketing practices of several of its drugs, including the diabetes drug Avandia.
Police are probing the destruction of a Pagan stone circle in a possible religious hate attack.
When one Australian woman decided to lead the charge against Gardasil maker Merck after experiencing serious adverse reactions, she soon found another 7 Victorian women with similar intentions and experiences.