The 34-year-old IT support analyst's counsel, Phillippa Kaufmann, told the High Court that handcuffs were used to drag Ahmad about during the dawn arrest at his home in Tooting, south west London, in December 2003, and he was subjected to neck holds
Mr Alton Manning, a remand prisoner from Birmingham, died at Blakenhurst Prison near Redditch, Worcs, on December 8, 1995, after being put in a neck hold
as he struggled with warders.
"I was put in a neck hold
and was picked up and thrown to the ground.
Mr Dexter Dias, counsel for the Manning family, asked if damage found to the ear and eye could have been caused by a neck hold
. Dr Whitwell said this was consistent with pressure from an arm around his neck.
He told Forfar High Court that Mandy, 32, had the type of bruising on her neck and face that "occurs in strangulation with the hands, ligature, or other form of neck hold
or arm lock".
One officer admitted applying a neck hold
. Another admitted kicking his head.
Maxie Hayles added: "The truth is that Home Office guidelines were broken when Alton Manning was put in a neck hold
and he was unlawfully killed by prison officers, as an inquest jury unanimously found.
Father-of-two Shiji Lapite, 34, was kicked in the head and put in a neck hold
that crushed his voice box.
She explained that the man would always be the head of the house, while the woman as the neck holds
support her husband.
Wrist grabs, neck holds
and hair pull escape techniques were taught to the 80 women, children and even a few men who TURN TO PAGE 30 from page 25 signed up for the class at Stirling University.
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Ancient Clues About Evolution
Neck thickness is the key contributor to neck tension, or how tightly the case neck holds
on to the bullet.