Posts Tagged ‘Police’

Silver Lining

Al Akhbar

A Bahraini court acquitted on Monday two police officers on trial for torturing six doctors during the 2011 uprising against the monarchy, a judicial source said.

The two officers had been accused in March 2011 of having “used force, torture, and threats” against the doctors who had been arrested over their roles during the uprising, the source added.

But the pair, identified as Bin Howayel and Noora al-Khalifa, claimed they had done nothing wrong.

The acquittal of the officers outraged human rights activists and the duo’s victims.

“That’s a clear green light for all the torturers to keep on doing what they are doing,” Dr. Fatema Haji, a physician at Bahrain’s Salmaniya Hospital who was arrested and tortured by one of the officers, told Al-Akhbar.

“But what do you expect from a court that has acquitted all the killers that were found in the BICI report,” she…

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CounterPsyOps

Antakya center : protesters asked NATO to get out of region and also asked Turkish gov”t to close terrorists camps in Iskandarun.

 

 

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Hidden Agendas

 

Published on Aug 29, 2012 by xBehindthetruthx

In the video (2007), Jared Massey is tasered while walking away, apparently posing no threat to the officer. The police’s internal investigation cleared the cop of any wrongdoing, but with the help of the footage his civil suit was settled for $40,000.
Notice at 8:45 how the officer lies to his superior about what happened..

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Here is a very clear HD video taken at the Raid on Occupy Sydney at the weekend by NSW Police force Operation Goulding.

 

Drummers from Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Snow Patrol and the Police have taken part in a “Beat for Peace” film to try to prevent bloodshed in Sudan.

The film is one of a series of events being held in 15 countries calling on world leaders to do more to avoid a return to civil war.

At least two million people died in the conflict and campaigners fear the peace deal signed five years ago is at risk.

Gordon Brown has pledged to “step up” the UK’s role in peacekeeping in Sudan.

Displaced

On Saturday, Sudanese Archbishop Daniel Deng will speak at a gathering of hundreds of activists opposite Number 10.

Mr Brown, who will meet the archbishop on Monday, said: “Sudan’s recent history has been one too often marked by violence, insecurity, and poverty for its people.

“Sudan’s leaders – with the support of the international community – must not allow this also to be the story of Sudan’s future.”

Violence flared again in 2009, with more than 2,000 people killed and 350,000 displaced in south Sudan.

Read the full report via BBC News – Pink Floyd and Radiohead drummers in Sudan peace effort.