Professor felt ‘violated and abused’ when strip-searched by Metropolitan Police officers| ITV News

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A University professor tonight told ITV News that she felt “violated and abused” when she was strip-searched by Metropolitan Police officers.

Koshka Duff was arrested in 2013 after trying to help a teenager who’d been stopped by police, but her claim against them was only settled last November.

She told Sanghita Lal the officers took entertainment from what happened to her.

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