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West Midlands Police said in a FROM PAGE FROM PAGE 1 statement last night: "Two serving West Midlands Police officers have been charged with unlawfully and injuriously imprisoning a man and detaining him against his will.
A Ministry of Justice spokeswoman said imprisoning young offenders was the best way to them turning to a lifetime of crime.
Nadeem Akhtar was cleared of falsely imprisoning Nisbah.
Bibi, of Pringle Street, denied falsely imprisoning Nagina Akhtar between 1993 and 2006, Tazeem Akhtar from 2001 to 2003 and Nisbah Akhtar between 2005 and 2007.
He was later charged with imprisoning Dawn Green in her room between April 30 to May 14, 2004.
In some of the paintings loose, gestural markings are contained within more aggressive grids, rendering spatial division an imprisoning device.
The report, "Dignity Denied: the Price of Imprisoning Older Women in California," documents the conditions of confinement for the more than 350 women over the age of 55 in state prisons.
Israeli army announced today wednesday imprisoning 21 Palestinians at dawn, under the pretext of being wanted for investigation.
He is charged with falsely imprisoning and murdering Mr Owen, falsely imprisoning and raping a woman and falsely imprisoning a further man all on the same date.
Civil rights campaigners slammed the Home Office for imprisoning two Nigerian newborns and a one-year-old from the Congo in Maghaberry Prison near Lisburn, Co Antrim, for up to three weeks.
Two people have admitted kidnapping a man and imprisoning him.
Sometimes imprisoning parents might be a good thing, because sometimes the parents are part of the problem.