Scotland Against Criminalising Communities
Detainees granted bail
31 January 2005|
Three men being held without charge or trial
under the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 have been
Mahmoud Abu Rideh, a Palestinian, was granted
bail at a Special Immigration Appeal Commission hearing in
London. He is currently held at Broadmoor Hospital, having been
transferred there from Belmarsh Prison after his mental health
collapsed as a result of his detenntion. The two other men
granted bail are known only as "A" and "P". The Home Office
will be asking for bail conditions amounting to house arrest to
be placed on them.
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