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A note of caution - Miscarriage of justice

Written By: NazirAhmed
30/08/2013 22:35
Human rights

One injustice creates multiple injustices. Miscarriage of justice has been happening throughout the world - happened even in the developed country like the United Kingdom. For example, Birmingham 6, Tottenham 3 and Guildford 4 etc where many innocent persons were victims of worst miscarriage of justice.

They had suffered long imprisonment for nothing. They had not committed any crime at all, yet they were wrongly convicted and imprisoned. Their convictions were later found illegal, unjust and unsafe by the superior courts. But in the meantime, they had spent years in the prison! Luckily, the UK abolished the death penalty a long time ago.

Those innocent persons were able to be released because they were alive, albeit (though wrongly) in prison. If the UK had the provision of death penalty and if those innocent persons were executed, could they be brought back? In a volatile, politicised [of all sectors including the judiciary], divisive [along political line] and hostile [for vengeance and retaliation] country like Bangladesh, injustice may easily be inflicted.

More specifically, if innocent person or persons are executed through injustice and if it is later found that the documentary evidence based on which they were executed were forged or fraudulent or convictions were manifestly unjust and unsafe, what would happen? Can he or they be brought back from the grave?

If apparent injustice is inflicted to a personality, through conspiracy and drama, who has preached the message of Quran [Holy book of Allah Almighty] for nearly five decades and if all human beings are failed to stop this injustice, I fear that divine intervention from Almighty God may come, the wrath from which no one can escape. The whole history of the mankind has seen many of such intervention in the past.

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    Nazir Ahmed is a UK qualified solicitor with many years of experience of advising and training the public sector on all aspects of immigration and nationality Law, civil litigation, constitutional law welfare rights law and environmental health and safety law.
    He is a director of Policyy Review Centre(PRC), London and a consultant with Lincolns Chambers Solicitors. He has conducted training sessions for many national organisations as well as local authorities. His notable clients include various government departments. 
    Apart from his legal profession he is a prolific writer, authored few books and analyst on socio political issues.
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