He was not in shackles
but had not received any medical treatment.
He said he was sure he would have communicated in a phone call to BA that the drogue shackle
nut and bolt should not be overtightened.
Before hooking the shackles
to the front of the disabled Bradley, cross the cables into an X pattern.
Mr Allen, who lives in Splott, said: "I saw the story in the Echo, and I'm certain the slave shackles
I have are from those ironworks.
Adidas faced a furious backlash over its shackle
shoes, or the JS Roundhouse Mids, from those who accused the brand of racism.
Because the jury in Deck had already determined the defendant's guilt, the Court held that the presumption of innocence was not per se violated by the use of shackles
during the penalty phase, but that the issue of life or death was no less critical.
In one picture a guard - his face protected by a "spit shield" - shackles
a prisoner to a table.
Observers found that wrist and leg shackles
with belly chains to be the norm in many juvenile courtrooms across the state.
Then I would have laughed in disbelief, if someone told me that chains and shackles
routinely were being imposed in a court of law--not on adults, but on detained juveniles.
It's time to throw off the shackles
of new Labour and reveal the real Labour.
Reprieve director Clive Stafford Smith visited Mr Begg at the camp and claimed: "As I sat across the table from Moazzam Begg in the interrogation cells, I noticed the inscription 'Made In England' on his steel waist shackles
, above the name of Hiatt's corporation.
Breaking the Shackles
is at the Linskill Community Centre, North Shields tonight, Crosskeys Community Hall, Monkseaton tomorrow, Holy Saviours Church Hall, Tynemouth on July 16, Christ Church Parish Centre, North Shields on July 17, Friends Meeting House, Jesmond on July 18 and King's Estate Residents' Hall, Wallsend on July 19.