In a letter to Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Mr McKeever said: "Together with the 140,000 police officers throughout England and Wales that the Police Federation represents, I was shocked, appalled and disgusted at the revelations in the Sunday Times that the Libyan killer of PC Yvonne Fletcher will never be brought to justice
in Britain following a deal struck by your government.
Kidnappers said police officers were allegedly involved in attacking their tribe last year must be brought to justice
before they release the Dutch couple, a mediator said.
Victims should receive compassion and care, and those responsible for these evils must be brought to justice
,'' the Pope said.
44m offences brought to justice
- an increase of 44% on 2001-2002.
I do feel that these killers will not be brought to justice
and I have to accept that and move on.
Mike Vereb to introduce legislation that will ensure criminals who attack police officers are brought to justice
The March case sparked a national outcry as lawmakers, radio talk-show hosts and March's widow, Theresa, called for changes in the system that would allow undocumented immigrants who commit crimes and flee to be brought to justice
HE'S POSITIVE ALL SEVENTEEN SUSPECTS WILL BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE
A MUM wept yesterday after a historic change in the laws finally led to her daughter's brutal sex killer being brought to justice
UN officials appealed to the Haiti government, demanding that order be restored and the killers be brought to justice
He helped defuse a jail riot, identified four Mexican teens who had used tourist river rafters as shooting targets, arrested a version of the BTK killer, and brought to justice
hundreds of garden-variety criminals.
It is right and proper that this brutal and violent man should be brought to justice
for the thousands of people he butchered and gassed.