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Safe House

Is Akmed Hammen a potential danger to society? With his movement and activities severely restricted under a Home Office curfew, Akmed fights to clear his name and resume normal family life. Barrister Rebecca Nyman takes on the role of a Special Advocate to plead Akmed's case at a Closed Material Procedure hearing. Claire Rushbrook stars as London barrister Rebecca Nyman and Amerjit Deu stars as Akmed Hammen.

Safe House is set at a Closed Material Procedure hearing. The drama takes us inside the secretive legal world of counter-terrorism. Akmed is suspected of being a terrorist. He has not committed a crime, but the Security Services say they have substantial reasons for believing that he represents a clear and present danger. They have put him on a TPIM - the Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measure, which puts him under a curfew and involves other restrictions on his activities. At the hearing his Barrister - Rebecca Nyman - is challenging the TPIM.

BEHIND CLOSED DOORS:
Safe House
By CLARA GLYNN

Producer/director: David Ian Neville.

45 minutes

Last on

Fri 14 Jun 2013 14:15

Credits

Role Contributor
Rebecca NymanClaire Rushbrook
Akmed HammenAmerjit Deu
Struan Gould QCGreg Powrie
Henry Doll QCRichard Greenwood
Nasreen HammenMaryam Hamidi
JudgeRichard Addison
Witness XJohn Paul Hurley
DirectorDavid Neville
ProducerDavid Neville
WriterClara Glynn

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