No to solitary confinement: Free Kevan Thakrar

By Payday men’s network

Kevan has been in jail since 2005

Kevan Thakrar was wrongly convicted of murder and attempted murder in 2008 under “joint enterprise”, the legal rule by which a member of a group can be convicted of a crime even if he/she didn’t commit it. In 2010, he was found not guilty of attacking guards (he acted in self defence), yet was put in solitary confinement in Close Supervision Centres (CSC), locked in his cell 23 h/day. With other organisations, especially Legal Action for Women and Women of Colour GWS, we have supported him and, at his demand, have challenged the Royal College of Psychiatrists for giving an award of “Enabling Environments” to the CSCs. Click here for more info.

Protest at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, June 2021

Show your support by writing to Kevan Thakrar A4907E HMP Belmarsh, Western Way Thamesmead London SE28 0EB or via email