Friday, 8 April 2011

Yorkshire: Police worker jailed for GBH

A civilian police worker has been jailed for three years after being found guilty of deliberately throwing near-boiling water on a prisoner, causing serious injuries.

Adrian Law, 45, was working as a detention officer at Barnsley police station, in South Yorkshire, when he put his arm through the hatch of a cell door and threw a cup full of extremely hot water over Abdul Aziz Alfadley, 26.

My comment: I am sure someone make him a nice cup of hot tea when he arrives in prison. 

Read the full story from the source  Yorkshire Evening Post

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