Amnesty presents damning report on security firms' treatment of deportees
Charity calls for radical overhaul of removals system citing assaults and unsafe restraints used by poorly trained guards
London protest over deportee Jimmy Mubenga
A protest outside the Home Office in November 2010 over the death in custody of detainee Jimmy Mubenga. Photograph: Frank Baron for the Guardian
Detainees claim they have been strangled, beaten and dropped down aircraft steps while being deported by private security firms, according to a damning report that calls for a "complete and radical overhaul" of the government's removals process.
The report, by Amnesty International, also documents cases in which foreign nationals, being removed from the UK, have ended up with broken bones.
These cases have occurred since the death last year at Heathrow airport of Jimmy Mubenga, an Angolan deportee.
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