The cast of Rough Justice
- Tom Conti and Elizabeth Payne
Mervyn"Jock"Russell, from Edinburgh, became the first man freed from jail due to a TV programme following the landmark first edition of Rough Justice
, broadcast in April 1982.
AMATEUR drama group the Hall Green Little Theatre is staging a production of the play Rough Justice
An estimated 250,000 people have also fled the gunship helicopters, jets, artillery and mortar fire of the PAF, and the assaults, intimidation and rough justice
of the Taliban who have dug into Pakistan's tribal areas.
It was rough justice
on the hosts, playing their first match on home soil, after they looked capable of repeating last season's point against Peter Nicholas' side.
Unbridled Cowboy is filled cover to cover with riveting true tales of undercover work as a Texas Ranger, life on the railroads, and rough justice
It was rough justice
for Bournemouth, who had dominated for long periods, Jo Kuffour putting them ahead on 20 minutes from Paul Telfer's deflected cross.
But it was rough justice
on Hereford, who had battled through the second period with 10 men after Steve Guinan was sent off in first-half injury time.
Pfeifer, a professor of American history at the University of Western Ontario, adds a telling footnote to lynching scholarship when he discusses the concept of rough justice
, a barbaric cousin of mob violence and the antithesis of state-sanctioned death penalties in the United States, with his book Rough Justice
: Lynching and American Society, 1874-1947 (University of Illinois Press, August 2006).
IRAQ'S ROUGH JUSTICE
(Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles)
Youth justice in Ireland; tough lives, rough justice
EVIL baby killer Darren Bennett is behind bars today - at the mercy of prisoners who mete out rough justice
to the very worst kind of cowards.
, Sutton Arts Theatre, Sutton Coldfield (to Saturday).
A fast-paced, riviting struggle of good, evil, and rough justice
in the days of yore.
There is a robust form of rough justice
for misbehaving companies.