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Landmark court case: Why should the police have legal immunity if they've failed domestic violence victims?

PUBLISHED July 29, 2014

Joanna Michael called 999 twice on the night she was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, Cyron Williams. During the first call, she told the operator that Williams had turned up at her house, assaulted her and threatened to kill her. Fourteen minutes later she called again, and was heard screaming before the line went dead. When officers arrived at her house, she was found stabbed to death.

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