No finding in nine out of 10 prison death FAIs

Sarah Armstrong, professor of criminology at Glasgow University, said: “If you were to design a system to maximise the suffering of families who have lost someone to death in prison, a system that would resist any change and is lacking in public access and transparency because most of the evidence is decided before it even gets to court, it is hard to imagine something more suited to those purposes than what we have right now.”

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