Why is the media not covering suspicious prison death of Sarah Reed

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Until very late last night I was not aware Sarah Reed, a 31-year-old woman who was arrested and viciously brutalised by a Met police officer in 2014, had been found dead in a prison cell last month. Her death, Lee Jasper claims, has not been publicised by the main media, at the request of the Home Office.  Her family have sought Lee Jasper to tell the world and publicise the mystery surrounding her tragic death in Holloway Prison.

I have no doubt now he is on this story and spreading it, all those concerned will have to answer to Sarah Reeds family.  Jasper hints at “explosive” revelations to come, and will be revealing more in the upcoming days.  In the meantime check out what he has to say on his blog.

Sarah Reed: A Black Woman Victim of Vicious Police Assault Found Dead in Her Cell.

 

 

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Why is the media not covering suspicious prison death of Sarah Reed
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A Black woman and mother who was subject to police brutality and whose assault was caught on camera that eventually led to the dismissal of Metropolitan Police Constable James Kiddie, has been found dead in her cell at Holloway Prison London.
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