Avoidable Death of Aboriginal Man in NT Custody Prompts Urgent Reforms to Health, Corrections, and Police Force

DARWIN, Northern Territory – The Northern Territory coroner has ruled that the death of a 37-year-old Aboriginal man, Mr. Dooley, in 2022, while in police custody, could have been prevented due to oversights in his care. The coroner, Elisabeth Armitage, found serious deficiencies in the care provided to Mr. Dooley at Royal Darwin Hospital, leading … Read more

Verdict: Judge Rules Deaths of Reading Terror Attack Victims ‘Probably Avoidable’ Due to Failings of Agencies

Reading, England – The deaths of James Furlong, Dr. David Wails, and Joseph Ritchie-Bennett in a terror attack carried out by Khairi Saadallah were ruled as “probably avoidable” due to the failings of multiple agencies, according to Judge Coroner Sir Adrian Fulford at the Old Bailey. Saadallah fatally stabbed the three victims in Forbury Gardens … Read more