Zombie arrests and the right to liberty
Published on 29 Nov 2019
Here’s something that’ll eat at your brain: what could zombies and the Royal Wedding have in common?
On the day of the Royal Wedding, police arrested several people dressed as zombies. Those arrested believe they were held unfairly, and called upon their right to liberty to take the police to the Supreme Court. Find out more on the story here.
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