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Keenan v. The United Kingdom

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It is inhuman and degrading punishment to fail to effectively monitor the condition of a mentally-ill prisoner known to be a suicide risk and to fail to have informed psychiatric input into his assessment and treatment. A person has the right to a remedy which would have quashed an ordered punishment before it had either been executed or come to an end. An effective remedy requires that the applicant be able to apply for compensation for non-pecuniary damage. The establishment of responsibility for a death in custody is essential.

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2001-03-20
2016-12-04

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