The Strange Case Of Teresa Cooper’s Wrongful Conviction.

29 Apr

What happens when the Police become corporate stooges in a Corporate State


Bl-je5MCAAAhmnp The police custody sergent stated Ms Cooper had no visible injuries when he booked her in.

At the end of April last year, 2013, Teresa Cooper was walking home from her neighbour’s house when she slipped and fell. Unconscious, she was rushed to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow,  Essex, where she remained unconscious for 3 hours, during which time she suffered respiratory arrest and her heart stopped briefly.

This is the kind of unfortunate accident that can happen to anyone and as a society we all rely on the emergency services to intervene and save us in such circumstances but this is not a story of angelic medical staff and protective policemen, this is a story of what happens when systems and legislation put in place to protect seriously injured people are ignored, and worse, what happens when powerful vested interests can not be seen to admit that they have…

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