Photocopy of notes of Canon Leslie Gready's conversation with police on police brutality against black africans in Rhodesia, with related correspondence with the Commissioner of Police and the Minister of Justice, Rhodesia, 1966.
GREADY, Canon Leslie (b 1933)
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- Dates of Creation1966
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Canon Leslie Gready was born in 1933, educated at Southampton University and Wells Theological College, and ordained priest in 1957. After working in Liverpool, 1956-1959, he was based in Isandhlwana, South Africa, 1959-1960, and subsequently worked as a priest in Rhodesia ( he was Director of Training in Matabeleland, 1961-1973). In 1966 he photographed two policemen beating a black african in the Lukampa Rest Camp. He had a conversation with the local police troop commander, and reported the incident to the Ministry of Justice.
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Copies made by Brian Willan, 1973.
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